T-Mobile may be breaking net neutrality rules with its Binge On video streaming service, a report says." BCC.COM
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Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
The first to sneak past the new FCC rules! Now you can see why the FCC made the rules.. ISPs will try to cheat even when they are not allowed to slow down and throttle sites. The consumer pays for connections not preselected deals. The rule was made to prevent the ISPs and sponsorship of content from ruling where we link and who gets heard and succeeds. This is the real cyber war and you need to make sure you are rooting for yourself...we already pay these ISPs for service and that is enough support for them and we have told them the service we want to pay them for which is a net neutral one that leaves the one paying for the services in charge of who wins and loses and where we choose to link to on the WEB! Millions of us contacted the FCC on that and that is why they ruled that way plus it is the way the Internet was designed to work! Call T-Mobile let them now loudly who these people they wonder that challenged them represent... THEY: DEMAND PROGRESS, AND THE EFF, AND FREE PRESS.NET, and others Represent and are paid by ISP customers so that the ISP businesses we pay deliver what we pay for even in their attempt to often by up regulators we have other watchdogs over both the FCC and the ISPs... including their own customers. "THEY" and the millions of us that are behind them are also one big reason ATT was not allowed to buyout T-Mobile and enlarge it's monopoly
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