Google, Verizon Deny NYT Story On Their Undermining Of Net Neutrality (TechCrunch)

This week, The New York Times published a story that detailed an agreement in the works between Verizon and Google that would effectively kill off net neutrality by allowing “Verizon to speed some online content to Internet users more quickly if the content’s creators are willing to pay for the privilege.” Now both Google and Verizon are coming out to claim that The New York Times story is incorrect. Twitter: The New York Times took to Twitter to defend its story, writing that Google’s comment about the article “refutes something The Times story didn’t say. NYT stands by the reporting.”

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