News of Note—Net neutrality repeal, Oclaro, Dig Once and more

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> The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation has randomly selected the Ninth Circuit Court in San Francisco to hear the case against the FCC for repealing net neutrality. Reuters article

> Oclaro is integrating its leading 400 Gbps technology into the QSFP-DD high-density transceiver form factor. Release

> The U.K.’s undersea internet cables are cut up to 40 times a year, a minister said. Engineering&Technology article

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> Dig Once language has been included in a broader reauthorization of the Federal Communications Commission that's expected to pass in the next few weeks. Ars Technica article

> Successful cybersecurity executives understand the importance of an education that expands beyond computer science degrees, say Tyson Meadors of the National Security Council and information security teacher Jerrod Bates. Nextgov article

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