A Wall Street Journal report questions Google's commitment to net neutrality, but the search company calls the article "confused" and "hyperbolic," CNET reports. The problem with defining net neutrality so the government can regulate it is similar to the problem of defining obscenity so the government can ban it: You know it when you see it. That shorthand didn't work very well for the U.S. Supreme Court, and it's not working well for Google, either, as a report in the Dec. 15 edition of the Wall Street Journal made clear. The article said Google "has approached major cable and phone...

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