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Sony Execs Couldn't Agree On Net Neutrality Stance

Sony executives were never able to reach a consensus about what to tell the Federal Communications Commission regarding net neutrality, leaked emails reveal. One contentious issue involved fast lanes: Some executives at the company didn't favor the ban on fast lanes, because they didn't want traffic from Sony's Crackle to be treated the same as traffic from smaller services, The Verge reports. The company ultimately didn't file net neutrality comments with the Federal Communications Commission.

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