Broadband balance

24 Apr 2014 By Daniel Indiviglio

The U.S. communications watchdog will allow charges for carrying content faster but keep the internet open to all. That means data hogs like Netflix pay extra and others still get access. It’s a way to protect consumers while bowing to the need for more broadband investment.

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