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Net Neutrality Rules Still Shouldn’t Apply to Wireless, Wireless Industry Says

June 18, 2014

Wireless companies successfully convinced regulators in 2010 to keep mobile networks mostly free of network neutrality rules -- and it should stay that way, the mobile industry’s top lobbyist said.

 



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