News of Note—AT&T, cybersecurity, FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel and more

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Only 16.6% of companies say they are very confident that they can adequately protect customer information, according to a Cygilant report. (Pixabay)

> Virtual reality and other next-generation advances will benefit from paid prioritization allowed under the FCC’s new net neutrality rules, AT&T's Bob Quinn said in a blog post. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Only 16.6% of companies say they are very confident that they can adequately protect customer information, according to a Cygilant report. MediaPost article

> An Australian member of Parliament wants to force ISPs to advertise realistic broadband speeds or risk a fine of more than $1 million. The New Daily article

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> FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel says the regulator' has “handed our broadband providers the right and power to block content, throttle services, and to censor things you see online” with the overturning of the existing net neutrality rules. PC Magazine article

> Broadvoice introduced its communications-as-a-service and virtual contact center platform, which delivers unprecedented cloud communications capabilities to small and medium-sized businesses nationwide. Release

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