U.S. providers say Huawei's equipment is secure; UN report calls for "anti-terror" Internet surveillance

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> Clearwire, Cricket Communications and Level 3 Communications say that Huawei's equipment is secure. Article

> Yahoo sales, profit exceeded expectations as new CEO Melissa Mayer enacted her own turnaround strategy. Article

> AT&T creates new app and website to bring the "To the Brink: JFK and the Cuban Missile Crisis" exhibit online. Release

> A new United Nations report calls for "anti-terror" Internet surveillance. Article

And finally … PC Pro editor Dick Pountain uses economics theory to explain why ISPs are forced to throttle your bandwidth. Article

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