China's Internet users see temporary blackout to certain sites; Google to pay fine for WiFi data collection effort

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Jose_F_Otero: #Mexico #NetNeutrality non-proposal creates the perfect scenario to block the proliferation of OTT services... Block first, ask later...|Follow @FierceTelecom

> New Net Communications Technologies introduces the TraxcomSecure® AccessGuard 1000 enhanced mobile broadband payments gateway. Release

> China's Internet users were temporarily unable to access a number of Chinese Web sites and other foreign sites, prompting speculation over a "kill switch." Article

> RadiSys has named telecom industry veteran Hubert de Pesquidoux to its Board of Directors. Release

> QTS (Quality Technology Services) has launched its own line custom build-to-suit data centers. Article

And finally... Google will have to pay a $25,000 fine to the FCC, which said that the Internet search giant had "deliberately impeded and delayed" an investigation into its controversial data collection effort in 2010. Article

Suggested Articles

Broadband upstream consumption increased by 5.3% from the end of Q1 to the end of Q2, according to a report by OpenVault.

Comcast's field technicians, along with network engineers and call center agents, are the unsung heroes of the cable operator's Covid-19 response.

Colocation juggernaut Equinix has broadened its reach into India by buying two data centers from GPX India for $161 million.