Dec. 23, 2014
Net neutrality, IoT grows up, Uber turns heads
A popular backlash, egged on by the likes of comedian John Oliver and fanned by four million internet comments, caused the political winds to shift.
From that point on, what had been a mishmash of standards and smaller products became the equivalent of big data — something that, suddenly, everyone needed a strategy for.
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Sweden, too, doubled down on data retention, leading one ISP there to offer free VPN access to its customers.
All of a sudden, President Barack Obama called to implement real “Title II” net neutrality, and the FCC abruptly cooled on both the fast lanes and the Comcast merger.