Open internet advocates fear “blocking” by the ISPs, but it’s Amazon that recently patented the ability to block customers in its physical stores from using WiFi to compare rivals’ prices.
Open internet advocates fear “blocking” by the ISPs, but it’s Amazon that recently patented the ability to block customers in its physical stores from using WiFi to compare rivals’ prices. Jim Young Bloomberg
Open internet advocates fear “blocking” by the ISPs, but it’s Amazon that recently patented the ability to block customers in its physical stores from using WiFi to compare rivals’ prices. Jim Young Bloomberg

The monopoly power of tech giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon is the real threat to ‘net neutrality’

December 14, 2017 04:23 PM

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