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Netflix would rather the FCC do nothing than authorize ‘fast lanes’

17
Jul
2014

It’s safe to say that Netflix is still really not a fan of the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to possibly allow for Internet “fast lanes” where ISPs can charge content companies more to get their traffic delivered more quickly than on the “standard” Internet. The Verge has spotted Netflix’s official filing with the FCC discussing its proposed new net neutrality rules and the company basically says that it would be better if the FCC just did nothing instead of making things worse with its current proposal. “No rules would be better than rules legalizing discrimination on the Internet,” writes Netflix. “The Internet is at a crossroads. Down one road — a road defined by the commission’s failure to put in place

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