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Submission + - Google Flip-Flops on Net Neutrality

bonch writes: Google has backtracked on its previous position for net neutrality, arguing that citizens don't have the right to run home servers on its Kansas City broadband network. Defending a prohibition against home servers in its Google Fiber Terms of Service, Google argues that its policy is consistent with other broadband providers. Google plans to offer its own business class service in the future.
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Google Flip-Flops on Net Neutrality

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