UK ISP, Three, doesn’t care about net neutrality and will let you pay for zero-rated, unlimited Netflix

Three, one of the United Kingdom’s (UK) largest telecom and internet service providers (ISP), recently announced a new plan which zero-rates and gives access to unlimited Netflix. Essentially, streaming from Netflix wouldn’t count against a customer’s data usage; however, using other sites such as YouTube or Amazon would. While this may seem like a benefit … Continue reading “UK ISP, Three, doesn’t care about net neutrality and will let you pay for zero-rated, unlimited Netflix”

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  • Apr 21, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, Net Neutrality, News,

Net neutrality policy in Canada: “Internet providers must treat data traffic the same, regardless of content.”

Canada is celebrating a net neutrality win with Telecom Regulatory Policy 2017-104. Zero rating, the act of having some apps or services not count towards a users’ internet data cap, has been forbidden. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), Canada’s equivalent to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), announced the decision on 4/20/17. In an … Continue reading “Net neutrality policy in Canada: “Internet providers must treat data traffic the same, regardless of content.””

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