Net Neutrality Groups Challenge AT&T FaceTime Blocking
Source: Wired - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Privacy The he-said, she-said banter may end soon about whether AT&T is breaching so-called net neutrality rules by limiting the use of iPhoneís FaceTime video calling on cellular networks to customers who sign up for new, shared data plans. Online rights groups said Tuesday they are asking the Federal Communications Commission to weigh in on the matter. By rule, Public Knowledge, Free Press and the New America Foundationís Open Technology Institute can file their net neutrality complaint with the FCC in 10 days because the clock started ticking when the groups notified the nationís second-largest carrier of their intent Tuesday.

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