News of Note—BT partners with university to fight cybercrime, CenturyLink keeps SDN/NFV simple and more

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BT has inked a five-year agreement with the University of Technology Sydney in order to develop solutions to fight cybercrime. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> BT has inked a five-year agreement with the University of Technology Sydney in order to develop solutions to fight cybercrime. Security Brief Australia article

> CenturyLink's Kevin McBride said his company is taking a more focused approach with regards to offering its customers SDN and NFV-based applications and services. Light Reading article

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> California made a move on Thursday toward implementing its own net neutrality laws for internet providers after the FCC repealed them earlier this year. Reuters article

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