The Switch: FCC votes to start rolling back landmark net neutrality rules

Facebook will pay $122 million in fines to the E.U.; In China, your face can really open doors now; Google’s focus on AI means it will get even deeper into our lives; The Republican push to repeal net neutrality will get underway this week; Amazon refreshes its tablet lineup and drops the price on the Fire 8 HD; The hacking group that leaked NSA secrets claims it has data on foreign nuclear programs;
 
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FCC votes to start rolling back landmark net neutrality rules
The move draws fresh battle lines for Democrats and consumer advocates.
Facebook will pay $122 million in fines to the E.U.
European regulators said Facebook was not honest about its ability to integrate with WhatsApp.
 
In China, your face can really open doors now
No “saving face” puns, please.
 
Google’s focus on AI means it will get even deeper into our lives
Google’s going to weave AI into every part of the company.
 
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The Republican push to repeal net neutrality will get underway this week
The FCC is expected to vote on Thursday.
 
Amazon refreshes its tablet lineup and drops the price on the Fire 8 HD
Amazon released four new tablet models Wednesday.
 
The hacking group that leaked NSA secrets claims it has data on foreign nuclear programs
They say they plan to release the bugs as part of a new, Spotify-like subscription service.
 
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