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Google, Verizon Ink Net Neutrality Proposal

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 08-16-2010 Print

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Google and Verizon are in on a net neutrality pact that could scare some CIOs. Plus, BlackBerry is offering the Torch, and Windows Phone 7 has the enterprise in its sights.

Google and Verizon were forced to take on critics last week over a proposal they wrote on net neutrality. The companies claim that the proposal protects Web users and helps small Web sites. But a deep look into what the proposal really says reveals that the companies want to:



 

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