Google Tells Mobile Internet Providers To Stop Blocking Them

ZDNet reports that Google’s Chris Sacca, head of special initiatives at Google, spoke at Oxford University and said mobile operators are trying to block Google’s applications, specifically Google’s Mobile Maps.

“We’ve been getting notes from some of the telco carriers who are saying ‘look, you need to stop our customers from downloading this thing’.”

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