If there is a real net neutrality violation, it's not going to impact the big internet companies so much. Netflx, Google, Amazon -- those guys are fine. The issue is the new upstarts and innovators.
Netflix Says It'll Be Fine Without Net Neutrality Rules; But What About The Next Netflix?
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January 24, 2014

Via Techdirt:

A few folks are covering the news that Netflix has talked about the recent ruling tossing out the FCC's net neutrality rules, saying in a letter to investors that it's really no big deal. The key message is, basically, that Netflix will be watching closely to see if anyone violates net neutrality, either by seeking payment for preferential treatment or degrading other traffic, and will then alert its millions of members to scream loudly about how so-and-so broadband provider is a jerk:


Unfortunately, Verizon successfully challenged the U.S. net neutrality rules. In principle, a domestic ISP...

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