The US Federal Communications Commission says it's now thinking about making proposed net neutrality rules different (read: nonexistent) for wireless devices. It's an about-face from what the FCC chairman originally talked up and exactly what Verizon and Google wanted. Ah well. [New York Times]
FCC Probably Bowing To Verizon, Google On Wireless Net Neutrality
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