When I saw this news on an italian journal about “Google approaching major cable and phone companies that carry Internet traffic with a proposal to create a fast lane for its own content” I was kind of skeptical.  It looks really odd to me that google, people who know internet really well, were thinking that was an action to take.

So I hit slashdot (yes, there you want to go for this type of information) and the story starts to be more clear.

It seems the news appeared on the Wall Street Journal but the way they reported was a little bit confused. The clarification of Google came from their policy blog where they reaffermed they support net neutrality.

The Net neutrality is one of the key attribute to have a lively and healthy network and I’m really happy there is a general agreement on this idea.

Is it pretty amazing the agile blog answer given by the google folks about this story. Is not that common for a big company…