AT&T Says "Open Character of Internet Critically Important"

AT&T tried to convince federal regulators that it's part of a broad coalition supporting an open and free Internet, but cautioned that new government rules currently being crafted would stifle innovation. The letter attempts to position AT&T as a champion of user rights, and make it seems that its position on the volatile issue of "net neutrality" is not far from its nemesis Google, which champions openness as a way to increase its profits.

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