// Ars Technica
The FCC is currently getting public feedback about the possibility of regulating Internet service providers under Title II of the Communications Act. Cable companies are stridently opposed to such rules, but a relatively new competitor in the space, Google, sees an opportunity.
In Google's public comment, filed yesterday with the SEC, the company emphasizes that any such regulation must be careful to confer the benefits of such regulation along with the responsibilities.
The benefit most interesting to Google? Access to utility poles and other infrastructure.