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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Comcast customers hate data caps, but making customers hurt is all part of the plan | The Verge

"The Journal points out what we've been saying all along: data caps, beyond being a flagrant money grab, are a threat to video competitors like Netflix that exist completely in the "over the top" network. It's probably the biggest and most obvious conflict of interest in the communications industry; Comcast, as a company that makes a lot of money off selling cable television to people, has huge incentives to make it harder for customers to enjoy pure internet services like Netflix. So schemes like data caps, which have already been used extensively in the wireless industry to reap as much money as possible from customers, exist solely to frustrate those customers — which is really an incredible situation in a country that ostensibly cares so much about the virtue of competition."





Comcast customers hate data caps, but making customers hurt is all part of the plan | The Verge

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

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