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AT&T fires back at Netflix, says Reed Hastings is asking for a ‘free lunch’

22
Mar
2014

ATTs Jim Cicconi, who oversees the telecoms global public policy, waded into the increasingly heated debate over the future of net neutrality today. Cicconi published a response to Reed Hastings, who earlier this week accused the big American ISPs of violating net neutrality and harming consumers by creating data bottlenecks in their networks and then asking companies like Netflix to pay for upgrades that would alleviate this congestion. Mr. Hastings’ arrogant proposition is that everyone else should pay but Netflix, writes Cicconi. Mr. Hastings’ arrogant proposition is that everyone else should pay but Netflix.

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