AT&T wins 911 contract with U.S. Navy; South Korea Internet rules criticized

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> AT&T received a contract from the U.S. Navy to deploy a nationwide call-routing and handling solution. Article

> Mignon Clyburn, an FCC commissioner, will deliver the keynote at the upcoming Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) Touchstones Luncheon. Article

> Critics say South Korea's new Internet rules are nothing more than a way for the government to censor users. Article

> Verizon's vice president of national security policy Marcus Sachs will join military and industry IT security experts on a panel at TechNet Land Forces-East 2012 on Tuesday, Aug. 14, in Baltimore. Release

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