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How Government's Net-Neutrality Stance Killed Comcast-Time Warner Merger

The New York Times looks at how the government's views on net neutrality affected Comcast's doomed merger with Time Warner Cable. “At the end of the day, the government’s commitment to maintaining a free and open Internet did not square with the prospect of a single company controlling as much as 40 percent of the public’s access to it,” the Times' Jonathan Mahler writes in a news analysis.

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