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"U.S. officials to visit Britain, pushing for Huawei 5G ban" Reuters 11:53 AM
"Breaking News: Nokia makes antitrust mediation with Daimler and automotive suppliers over standard-essential patent licensing fail" Foss Patents 11:45 AM
"FCC will pay ISPs to deploy broadband with 250GB monthly data cap: Ajit Pai's rural-broadband fund now includes 50Mbps tier with 250GB data cap." Ars Technica 1/10
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"India's Supreme Court rules Kashmir internet shutdown is illegal: The country's government has one week to decide on its next step." Engadget 1/10
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"Stocks close lower after Dow briefly tops 29,000 milestone for first time: U.S. economy created 145,000 jobs in December for ninth straight year of job gains but wage growth slowed" MarketWatch 1/10
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