Netflix and Verizon Dispute Reviewed by the FCC

Netflix and Verizon Dispute Reviewed by the FCC

Netflix and Verizon have been stuck in a dispute over video streaming speeds, which is now being reviewed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Both companies have willingly agreed to the process. The FCC may also be talking to other cable companies, as well as taking in customer feedback in order to help resolved the […]

Netflix Refusing to Back Down Against Verizon

Netflix Refusing to Back Down Against Verizon

Online on-demand video seems like the next step in evolution of broadcast television. Until the dreaded slowdowns and freezes crop up, that is. One of the biggest players in the digital video distribution market is Netflix, reaching almost 50 million subscribers worldwide. Satisfying so many customers requires vasts amounts of bandwidth, sometimes too much for an […]

Net Neutrality At Risk From FCC Ruling

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Net Neutrality At Risk From FCC Ruling

The Federal Communications Commission has moved forward with a new “net neutrality” ruling that could give some companies a competitive advantage over others, while increasing the cost of the internet for the consumer, which would make this a risky move. Rhetoric is flying from both sides as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to reshape the Internet […]