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Verizon dashed off a quick response to the FCC’s ruling on net neutrality — in Morse Code

The telco used its Public Policy blog to relay its thoughts in dots and dashes. Then it helpfully provided a translation for “readers in the 21st century.” The quick version? Verizon wasn’t happy about the FCC’s “Throwback Thursday” move.

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The commission’s decision will “encumber broadband Internet services with badly antiquated regulations,” Verizon wrote. “It is likely that history will judge today’s actions as misguided.” To make its point crystal clear, the company used a smudgy typewriter font and dated the release “Feb. 26, 1934.” …

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