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"The big companies (Google, Netflix, Apple) recognize those that use a lot of bandwidth should contribute to that," says Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam. (via Verizon CEO: We see a Netflix deal ahead)
We’re wondering if they’re on Tumblr?
These include social networking sites Facebook and My Space - though there is a parenthetical notice that My Space only affords a “limited search” capability - and more than a dozen sites that monitor, aggregate and enable searches of Twitter messages and exchanges.
News and gossip sites on the monitoring list include popular destinations such as the Drudge Report, Huffington Post and “NY Times Lede Blog”, as well as more focused techie fare such as the Wired blogs “Threat Level” and “Danger Room.” Numerous blogs related to terrorism and security are also on the list.
Aw, Homeland Security thinks MySpace is still a thing! That’s cute.
Every few years the defenses of the nation’s nuclear plants are tested. What’s scary is how often they fail. Dan Stone reports.