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Mexico’s Proposed Telecom Law Would Bring In Censorship, Allow Surveillance and Kill Net Neutrality

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Protests Mount Against Mexico’s Proposed Telecommunications Law, Which Would Bring In Censorship, Allow Real-time Surveillance And Kill Net Neutrality (via Techdirt)

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