WASHINGTON, Oct 30- Comcast Corp and AT&T Inc have no plans to create Internet "fast lanes" that may hurt consumers' freedom to roam the Web, the leading U.S. broadband providers told the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman in recent letters. "We have repeatedly made clear- both to our customers and more generally to the public-' Comcast doesn't prioritize...» Read More
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