T-Mobile Warns FCC to 'Tread Lightly' on Binge On Inquiry

"T-Mobile is warning the FCC to "tread lightly" when it comes to the regulator's inquiry into the company's Binge On program. While groups like the EFF and Stanford Professor Barbara van Schewick say that T-Mobile's practice of throttling all video services to 1.5 Mbps by default is a clear neutrality violation, so far the FCC has had nothing but praise for the program, FCC boss Tom Wheeler calling it "pro competition and "innovative.""