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Net neutrality rules: Separating fact from hype

Did 4 million people support the new rules? Will the regulations deter investment?

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Leaked FTC antitrust report gives EU cover to rule against Google

The leak shows that concerns were raised about Google's competitive behavior on both sides of the Atlantic

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, March 20

FTC staff pushed for Google antitrust suit... Target may pay $10 million to breach victims... Tesla update adding self-drive to cars

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Leaked US antitrust report on Google adds weight to rivals' complaints

Google inflated rankings for its own services and scraped other companies' content, the report says

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California bill would clamp down on AirBnB tax evaders

Proposed bill would also prohibit rentals in cities that have banned them

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Anti-censorship group in China faces DDoS attack

GreatFire.org has been trying to poke holes in China's online censorship

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Opera buys VPN service to help protect user privacy

Acquiring SurfEasy will help protect the privacy of Opera's 350 million users, the company said

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Huawei multiplies partnerships with software and service providers

Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business

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Uber sued for false advertising by California taxi companies

The taxi companies claim some of their potential customers choose Uber because of its allegedly false claims

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Yahoo exits China, closing R&D center

The company reportedly is laying off between 200 and 300 workers

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T-Mobile CEO 'fairly confident' net neutrality won't kill Music Freedom

John Legere says he thinks the music streaming feature is fine under the new net neutrality rules.

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Republican senators rip FCC's net neutrality decision

Opponents say the new rules could drive some smaller ISPs out of business and lead to rate regulations

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Feds fine Verizon $3.4 million over 911 service outage issues

750,000 California residents were unable to call 911 during an outage last year, the FCC said