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  1. Google Offers Free & Discounted Wi-Fi at U.S. Malls, Airports

    Google and Boingo Wireless are teaming up to offer free Wi-Fi at eight U.S.malls and discounted access in 16 major airports across the U.S. This June, Google partnered with Boingo Wireless to offer free Wi-Fi in six subway stations and more than...

  2. Google+ Stream Filtering Upgrade In Works

    Schmidt said the role of governments in creating the next Silicon Valley should be to ensure all citizens have access to fixed and wireless broadband. Google plans to add filtering mechanisms to Google+, allowing users to receive more relevant...

  3. Mobile Search in BRIC: Tips and Tricks

    Mobile phones are comparatively cheap, even web-enabled phones, and with the rapid expansion of wireless availability around the world, people who can't afford a computer and broadband connection can now access the web as effectively as anyone else.

  4. FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules, Many Object

    While the Open Internet Order does prevent fixed broadband providers from blocking access to sites and applications, the rules are different for wireless providers and not as clear as advocates would like," Mashable stated.

  5. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    Wireless Internet providers are being tempted to slow traffic to sites with which they have not made deals. Berners-Lee is a major proponent of open source and access to the web and has spoken out against restricting access and content on the web.

  6. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    However, just as in the U.S.and Canada cases, they won't face any serious punishment and must delete the data it collected off wireless networks, paidContent reported. At issue originally were four YouTube videos, which were ruled "insulting" to...

  7. Google, Verizon Outline 7-Point Proposal Towards An Open Web

    They also called on a closer federal look on the broadband market place, pleading that "the Government Accountability Office would be required to report to Congress annually on developments in the wireless broadband marketplace, and whether or not...

  8. Consumer Watchdog Believes Google 'WiSpy' Potentially Logged Homeland Security Data

    The basic assumption here is that "If a residence is pictured, it means Google likely gathered data about wireless networks at that location," the watchdog said. Also, back in February, the National Security Agency had teamed up with the Mountain...