"Some experts think that the 600 Kbps throttling limit Sprint just discontinued violated the FCC's net neutrality rules. For example, Stanford University law professor Barbara van Schewick told the Journal: "If I'm the only one on the cell site there is no reason to limit me to 600 kilobits per second," she said. "I am really surprised that Sprint is engaging in this."" Read more » about Sprint ditches 600 Kbps streaming video speed limit after outcry
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