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Here are the first lawsuits to challenge the FCC’s net neutrality rules. The Post reports: “An industry trade group and a small Internet provider are among the first to mount a legal challenge to the federal government's new net neutrality rules.”

Senator Cory Booker to introduce commercial drone legislation. "Booker is set to introduce legislation to establish temporary rules to govern the commercial use of drones that could greatly expand the ability of companies to fly unmanned vehicles,” according to Forbes.

NFL to put one game on Web TV only. "The NFL announced a grand experiment on Monday, saying it would put a mid-season football game on a national digital platform, not on national television — opening up an important new door for the sports-media industry,” the Wall Street Journal writes.

Silicon Valley gender lawsuit heads to closing arguments. Reuters reports: "A landmark Silicon Valley sex bias case that has forced venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers to air awkward details about its operations goes to closing arguments on Tuesday after four weeks of testimony.”

Google isn't giving up on Glass, Eric Schmidt says. The Wall Street Journal reports: "'It is a big and very fundamental platform for Google,' Schmidt said. 'We ended the Explorer program and the press conflated this into us canceling the whole project, which isn’t true.'”

On Our Radar:

WATCH: The FCC goes to Capitol Hill again for another round of hearings this week, starting with the House Appropriations Committee. We're tracking.
TWITCH: Was hacked. Change your passwords.
CLICK: Oops. Ted Cruz doesn't own TedCruz.com

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