AT&T and Verizon End Run Net Neutrality Rules By Giving You (Some) Free …

AT&T and Verizon End Run Net Neutrality Rules By Giving You (Some) Free …

The debate over Net Neutrality (that's the idea that Internet Service Providers should not interfere with the free flow of network traffic for financial gain) has remained contentious ever since the FCC issued rules in 2010 that prohibited ISPs from …
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Facebook traffic may have plateaued but profit potential is looking up

What Nielsen does not know is the size of the overlap between app users and website visitors, which means it cannot give an overall traffic number. Despite previously doing so, Facebook did not break out how many US-only users it has when it reported …
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Survey Finds Streaming Responsible For 40% of European Web Traffic

It was found that video and music services were at the top of the Internet usage charts in Europe, with streaming-specific platforms including Netflix accounting for 40% of peak-time traffic, while non-streaming video platforms are also performing well …
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