Comment of the Day: Dealing with Comcast
This week's cover feature, written by Chris Parker, is entitled, "The fall of net neutrality: Cable's plot to destroy the internet."
One of the main anti-neutrality forces, of course, is Comcast, which, as the piece details, forced Netflix to pay an undisclosed amount of money not to have its streaming service slowed down for those accessing it via Comcast's cables.
Stories of that sort and Comcast's notoriously poor customer service are prompting people like TC4L to "cut the cable":
And does anybody doubt that Comcast is still making money off subscribers like TC4L, even when they manage to "negotiate" their way down to a relatively low per-month price?
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