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US decides to 'let corporate greed run the internet'

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Friday, Dec. 15, 2017: The American media is up in arms over a government agency's decision to scrap "net neutrality", which required internet service providers to treat all websites equally. Left-wing papers say corporations like Comcast and Verizon are sure to benefit at the expense of everyday web users. We also look at whether or not the Houthi rebels are a Yemeni version of Hezbollah, reactions to Vladimir Putin's annual presser, and a new app from the Dalai Lama.