DTNS 2961 – Zero Roadblocks for Zero-rating

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comAs the FCC drops objections to zero-rating, what will it mean for you as a user? Cheaper data? Fewer competing services? Both? Plus Uber’s bid for flying cars and the declining wages of ride-hailing companies.


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One thought on “DTNS 2961 – Zero Roadblocks for Zero-rating

  1. Some companies have service agreements to not move their data from specific servers in specific countries without their permission.
    I wouldn’t want to be that global data center company that just got a warrant from the U.S. that needs to transfer data from a Saudi Arabian, Russian, or Chinese server.

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