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Do we have a trans-Atlantic net neutrality accord?

January 13, 2014

It would be astounding if what are arguably the world’s two most powerful telecoms regulators - the FCC chairman and the EU’s information commissioner - didn’t put their heads together to try to reach common policy positions where they could. They seem to have done so over net neutrality. By I.D. Scales.


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