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Google and Verizon have proposed net neutrality legislation that would exempt wireless networks from most neutrality regulation and pave the way for a separate, premium internet fast lane — and Facebook is not on board. Spokesman Andrew Noyes said in a statement to reporters today that “Facebook continues to support principles of net neutrality for both landline and wireless networks.”
Wireless neutrality is important to Facebook because it wants an even playing field on which to send data to its 150 million mobile users.