Verizon exec defends Web traffic plan with Google

A senior Verizon executive defends the network operator’s public-policy proposal for regulating the Internet, introduced jointly with Google, calling much of the characterization of the plan ‘dead wrong.’ (38 mins ago)

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One Response to “Verizon exec defends Web traffic plan with Google”

  1. Doris Christopher says:

    After its proposed partnership with Google in regulating internet traffic was faced with tremendous criticism, Verizon’s executive vice president for public affairs, Tom Tauke was on the defense stating that a lot of its detractors interpreted the plan wrongly. He further assured that the plan only aims to give the public equal access on internet applications regardless of the internet provider.