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  •  we need to get used to calling Google a telecom (3+ / 0-)
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    bluesteel, esquimaux, neaguy

    The giant companies have the upper hand in this debate almost by default. To prove that point, David was posting this in response to the news that Google Inc., AT&T Inc., and Verizon Communications Inc. executives have been holding secret meetings with the FCC to determine how to essentially kill net neutrality. They're the ones able to get into the room to have the secret meetings with the FCC.

    The same old oligopolies - what will Web 3.0 look like?

    "...calling for a 5" deck gun is not parody. Not by a long shot." (gnaborretni)

    by annieli on Thu Aug 05, 2010 at 09:55:37 AM PDT

    •  Is Microsoft a telcom too? Is IBM? (0+ / 0-)

      For the purpose of this argument you'd like to consider Google a telecom. Does that apply to any company remotely related to telecom? Do we now need a new term for companies mainly involved in telecom? Or are you saying that Google is in the same business as AT$T, Verizon & Sprint? On do you mean we need to get use to being confused?

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