Go Daddy opposes proposed Internet regulation; 7 'half-baked' cloud ideas

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> Go Daddy said it supports the U.S. government's position opposing proposed ITU Internet regulations. Release

> Forbes' Joe McKendrick lists seven 'half-baked ideas' on where cloud will take us next year. Article

> Verizon and Criterion Systems will develop secure online identity solutions to help enhance Internet safety. Release

Cable News

> Aereo will soon offer Bloomberg TV to New York residents over its online video platform. Article

> Cox Communications signed a new carriage deal with Walt Disney Co. that will enable it to offer subscribers access to the WatchESPN mobile apps and the TV Everywhere website. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Cisco, according to Infonetics Research, continued to lead the enterprise router market in Q3 with 75 percent of global revenues. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent will use the $2.1 billion in bank financing it secured last week to fund its $1.6 billion restructuring program. Article

And finally … Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) has threatened legislation if the Federal Aviation Administration won't shift its position on the use of in-flight electronics. Article

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