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Could Google Fiber Save Network Neutrality?

nmpost (2668987) writes | more than 2 years ago

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nmpost writes "Could Google Fiber be the savior of network neutrality? Some speculate that the program is Google’s answer to attacks on network neutrality by the big internet providers like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T. These companies complain about the price of upgrading and maintaining their network, and want to charge websites like Google extra money to allow customers fast access to its sites. This practice would violate the long held spirit of the internet, where all data traffic is treated equally. Google may be out to prove that fast networks can be built and maintained at reasonable prices."
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