News of Note—FCC, Ookla, DHS and more

news of note

> Fake comments flooded in when the FCC repealed net neutrality. Washington Post article

> Getting inside why Canada’s net neutrality hasn’t been as fierce as the one in the U.S. CBC News article

> India led the way among major nations in terms of internet speed improvement with a 77% gain this year, contributing to a 30% improvement in performance globally, according to internet speed-test company Ookla. Recode article

> A House-approved bill would allow companies to work more easily with the Department of Homeland Security to combat future threats. The bill will now move to the Senate for approval. Bloomberg BNA article

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