CyberTech Rambler

August 12, 2010

Google Hypocracy

Filed under: Uncategorized — ctrambler @ 3:16 pm

News on the web is about Google-Verizon deal on wireless. Google is called a hypocrite because it believe net-neutrality does not apply to wireless.

Don’t believe that Google  thinks net-neutrality should not apply to wireless? Read this entry from Google’s own Public Policy blog. From a business point-of-view I understand why Google fears that should it push net-neutrality on wireless and practice it by not paying wireless ISP,  it might lose out to others. However, a non-hypocrite Google should had simply explain it to us that it has no choice but to play the game as it is today but at the same time work hardly towards applying all net-neutrality principles on wireless.

I do not agree with Google that net-neutrality principles should not apply to wireless because it is “still-nascent”. In fact, I think it is more important that net-neutrality principles applies to it now. This way nobody with big fat bank account can use it to crush everyone else.


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