On Tuesday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission stated that the Verizon Wireless has already agreed to pay them $1.25 million, in order to resolve a complaint that it obstructed third-party securing applications on Android phones.
According to the filed complaint, the appeal of Verizon for Google to obstruct securing apps from third-party on Android apps store infringed open Internet, or net neutrality rules, which were backed up by the FCC for the so-called C block of spectrum in the 700MHz band. The commission approved the conditions for net neutrality as part of a spectrum auction completed four years ago.
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