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by Glyn Moody


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africa, france, net neutrality, wireless

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by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
africa, elections, mobile phones


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Thursday

09:35 FCC Commissioner O'Rielly: Nobody Takes Me Seriously After Voting Down Every Consumer-Friendly FCC Policy This Year (14)

Tuesday

12:45 Techdirt Podcast Episode 34: Apple Versus Google (7)

Monday

14:42 Sprint Tries To 'Compete' By Throttling All Video To 600 Kbps, Then Talking Some Shit On Twitter (13)
11:39 Kenya's Ingenious Solution To Cybercrime: Register Every Wi-Fi User And Device With The Government (21)

Wednesday

05:09 With 'Pregnant Woman Mode,' Chinese Router Maker Begins Marketing To Paranoids (53)
15:45 Sprint Plans To Kill The One Thing That People Liked About It: Unlimited Data (27)
12:40 FCC Moves To Fine AT&T $100 Million For Throttling 'Unlimited' Plan Users (20)

Monday

14:40 AT&T Explores Giving Away Free Wireless Data If Users 'Interact' With Brand Partners (8)

Wednesday

06:14 Wireless Carriers Sue Over Berkeley's Cell Phone Radiation Warnings (120)

Friday

04:25 Dish Eyes T-Mobile Takeover, And That Could Be A Very Good Thing For Wireless Competition (12)

Thursday

10:42 New Leak Shows NSA's Plans To Hijack App Store Traffic To Implant Malware And Spyware (32)

Monday

08:01 European Mobile Networks Plan To Block Ads, Not For Your Safety, But To Mess With Google (68)
05:43 South Korea's New Law Mandates Installation Of Government-Approved Spyware On Teens' Smartphones (33)

Saturday

09:00 Awesome Stuff: Don't Throw Those Batteries Away Just Yet (3)

Wednesday

05:59 Flight Attendants Lost Their Tantrum Suit To Keep Bitching About Our Electronic Devices On Flights (32)

Monday

08:09 Verizon Wireless Tells 'Price Sensitive' Customers It Doesn't Want Them, Declares It Doesn't Need To Truly Compete (36)

Thursday

13:40 After FTC, FCC Pressure, AT&T Backs Off Arbitrary Throttling Of 'Unlimited' LTE Users (12)
06:13 Banks Now Eyeing Cell Phone Metadata To Determine Your Loan Risk (29)
06:17 Dear Tom Wheeler: I'm Sorry I Thought You Were A Mindless Cable Shill (49)
11:47 ALEC Threatens To Sue Critics That Point Out It Helps Keep Broadband Uncompetitive (19)

Wednesday

06:28 Verizon: Nobody Really Wants Unlimited Data Plans, And Those Who Do Should Ignore Such Silly 'Gut Feelings' (104)

Monday

13:43 Two And A Half Years Later, Verizon Finally Lets People Opt Out Of Its Stealth Zombie Cookie (20)

Friday

13:11 AT&T's Title II Tap Dance Fails To Derail FTC Throttling Lawsuit (9)

Thursday

20:50 Nintendo Finally To Dip Its Toe In The Smartphone/Tablet Gaming Market (26)

Tuesday

06:10 Nokia CEO: We Have To Get Rid Of Net Neutrality, Otherwise Self-Driving Cars Will Keep On Crashing Into Each Other (107)

Wednesday

13:34 Gemalto: Ok, Yes, We Were Hacked, And Yes Some SIM Cards May Be Compromised, But Not Because Of Us (19)

Monday

07:56 No, 'App Neutrality' Is Not A Thing (34)

Wednesday

12:41 Despite A Year To Prepare, Wireless Carriers Struggle To Adhere To Weak And Voluntary Cell Phone Unlocking Guidelines (15)
10:32 Verizon Makes It Very Clear Its 'Spectrum Crunch' Never Existed (7)

Thursday

13:37 Despite Limited Interest In AT&T's Sponsored Data, Company Still 'Bullish' On Its Awful Precedent (14)
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