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Zero rating good economics, in the public interest: report

Briefs | 05/24/2016 5:50 pm EDT

Zero-rated services are in the public interest and “unlikely” to stand in the way of an open Internet, according to a new report from an American think tank, which recommends that U.S. regulators back non-exclusive zero-rated programs.

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