The Switch: The future of net neutrality might rest on this obscure court case

Uber isn’t a tech company — it’s basically a taxi company, E.U. court adviser says; Snap shares plummet as investors worry it’s not growing fast enough; Amazon’s new Echo Show can make video calls; America’s two biggest cable companies just struck a deal. Here’s how it will affect you.; The FCC says an attack — not John Oliver — hampered its website;
 
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The future of net neutrality might rest on this obscure court case
The case has big implications for net neutrality, online privacy and the rest of the economy.
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Uber isn’t a tech company — it’s basically a taxi company, E.U. court adviser says
The finding is the latest setback for Uber this year.
 
Snap shares plummet as investors worry it’s not growing fast enough
Shares of Snap dropped 25 percent after the company reported a loss of $2.2 billion.
 
Amazon’s new Echo Show can make video calls
Amazon’s new Echo has a screen for video calls.
America’s two biggest cable companies just struck a deal. Here’s how it will affect you.
Comcast and Charter have an agreement on selling wireless service.
 
The FCC says an attack — not John Oliver — hampered its website
The late-night host renewed his call for viewers to show their support for net neutrality rules.
 
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