Monthly Archives: July 2011

Netflix’ Glass House Temper Tantrum over Broadband Usage Fees

Netflix continues to throw stones at the common economic practice of usage-based pricing, to which broadband carriers are naturally migrating, all while Netflix stands inside a glass house filled with mis-managed usage pricing practices. Netflix as Stone Thrower: In a concerted campaign for net neutrality regulation...
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New Evidence Administration Support of Net Neutrality Fading

Media reports apparently missed the subtle, but important and telling political weakening since April of the Administration’s official position in defense of the FCC’s beleaguered Open Internet Order. This relative official softening of the Administration’s opposition to efforts to overturn the FCC’s controversial net neutrality...
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Must Read: Ev Ehrlich’s Outstanding Op-Ed on Net Neutrality

Kudos to Ev Erhlich for an outstanding Huffington Post op-ed: entitled: “Why Liberals Should Think Twice About Net Neutrality.” It effectively explains why net neutrality violates common sense and why opposition to net neutrality regulation should not be a partisan issue.  ...
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Fact-Checking NetFlix’ Net Neutrality WSJ Op-ed

Netflix’s General Counsel, David Hyman, hypocritically and deceptively blasted the broadband industry for its natural migration to usage-based bandwidth pricing in his fact-challenged WSJ op-ed: “Why Bandwidth Pricing is Anti-competitive.” First, it is both ironic and hypocritical that the largest subscription video provider in the...
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