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@NYTimes is wrong. We’ve not had any convos with VZN about paying for carriage of our traffic. We remain committed to an open internet.
That leaves a little bit of wiggle room, but not much. Certainly not enough for as violent a break from its pro-net-neutrality position as The New York Times suggested.
If Google isn’t lying or getting by on a technicality here, this is pretty embarrassing for the Times.
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