[Commentary] Advocates of an open Internet have for weeks been urging the Federal Communications Commission to re-label broadband as a utility -- a move toward "strong" network neutrality that would give the FCC much greater authority to ban contr
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You may have heard Sprint is edging closer to an acquisition of T-Mobile. What's this all about, and how does it affect people like you and me?
If you've been following the debate about network neutrality, you know that federal regulators have proposed some pretty controversial rules for the Web.
That Sprint wants to buy T-Mobile is pretty much the telecommunications industry's worst-kept secret right now.