Friday, January 2, 2015

Google sides with net neutrality to boost Google Fiber

1 comment:

Tim Nolan said...

Tech giant Google told the Federal Communications Commission this week that reclassifying broadband providers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act would have big benefits for the company. The move is likely to protect net neutrality by regulating against paid prioritization, and give Google Fiber the same access to utility poles and other key infrastructure currently being used by broadband and cable internet providers like Comcast. RT’s Ameera David finds out more about Title II and Google’s plans from Gary S. Miliefsky, CEO of Snoopwall.