"The battle rages on over T-Mobile Binge On, a new service idea from T-Mobile that allows customers to watch streaming video without eating their data. The latest squall comes out of Stanford University where law professor Barbara van Schewick has published a paper on why Binge On violates net neutrality. John Legere has maintained and defended Binge On saying that it does not violate net neutrality because T-Mobile gives the customer the choice to turn Binge On on or off. Read more » about Stanford Law Professor Says T-Mobile Binge On Violates Net Neutrality
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