Nick Wood reporting in Total Telecom: "Google on Tuesday shared some of the lessons it has learnt so far during the deployment of its FTTH (fibre-to-the-home) network, claiming that regulation has been one of the biggest hurdles it has had to overcome. 'Regulation can get in the way of innovation,' said Kevin Lo, head of access at Google, during a keynote presentation at Broadband World Forum in Paris. 'Regulations tied to physical infrastructure sometimes defer the investment altogether.'"
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