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+ - Verizon Wireless Hit With Net Neutrality Lawsuit->

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jfruhlinger writes "When Verizon announced that it would be launching Samsung Galaxy Nexus without Google Wallet, many were disappointed, but one Stanford law professor decided to actually do something about it. Barbara van Schewick, director of Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society, thinks that by blocking Google's wireless payment service, Verizon is violating net neutrality rules it agreed to when it bought wireless spectrum at auction in 2008, and she's filed a lawsuit with the FCC to force Verizon to open the phone."
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