Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Google Verizon Proposal

Google and Verizon announced a joint policy proposal today. While it is quite interesting in its entirety, what caught my eye was the word legal - "First, both companies have long been proponents of the FCC’s current wireline broadband openness principles, which ensure that consumers have access to all legal content on the Internet, and can use what applications, services, and devices they choose."

So Google is agreeing with Verizon that it can block bittorrent bits? That's very strange coming from Google.

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