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AT&T plea for Internet Bill of Rights is hypocrisy of highest order

AT&T, a company hellbent on toppling Title II, has apparently changed its spots and wants to promote an “Internet Bill of Rights” – calling for Congress to create new laws guaranteeing an open internet and consumer protection. After all AT&T has done to drag net neutrality through the dirt, the US operator now claims it has suffered at the hands of regulators and wants to clear its name by influencing a new internet regime – one where AT&T is at the core. Concerns are mounting because with such deep-seeded influence over government decisions, combined with backing from Comcast, AT&T’s plea to Congress could be acted upon sooner than expected – as the industry becomes increasingly desperate for a solution to…

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