What happens when telecommunications giants get their way and the US government abandons net neutrality?
Just take a look at Dubai, the Gulf state that's pouring billions of dollars into building an IT economy. The state is considered one of most politically advanced nations in the Mid East, and has set up special "free zones" where the web can be accessed with little or no restrictions (regular zones have more restrictions). But even the local telecommunications monopolist has now stareted a war on VoIP services inside the free zone.
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