Thousands of scrapped taxis are pictured at a yard in the center of China's Chongqing city on March 4. Traffic congestion and pollution have worsened dramatically in Chinese cities as the country's long-running economic expansion has allowed increasing numbers of consumers to make big-ticket purchases such as cars. China may surpass the US this year to become the largest car market in the world. AFP/Newscom
Some security experts are concerned that newly adopted net neutrality rules will limit broadband providers' abilities to limit malicious traffic and spam, thus slowing down progress toward a safer Internet.