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AT&T blocks FaceTime: Follow the money | Computerworld Blogs

In restricting use of Apple FaceTime, ATT (NYSE:T) is being accused of violating network neutrality regulations. Not so, says ATT, outlining a tortuous legal argument why it’s in the clear. It just wants more money, to ensure it can offer enough bandwidth.

In IT Blogwatch, bloggers gasp in angered awe at ATT’s audacity. [That’s enough awful alliteration -Ed.]

By Richi Jennings: Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment. Not to mention: The Pirate Bay’s Peter Sunde: Freedom king, or evil monster?

Yoni Heisler has good news… and bad:

With iOS 6…FaceTime will for the first time be available over 3G. … [But] ATT announced…that FaceTime over cellular will only be available to customers [on] a new Mobile Share plan.

[It] drew a lot of ire from folks claiming that the decision ran afoul of net neutrality laws. … But when you get down

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