Netflix Embraces Net Neutrality by Jimmy Kimmel Live   5 days ago

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A big story this week is net neutrality. Net neutrality rules are the rules that give everyone equal access to the internet. More than 80% of Americans support net neutrality and so of course Trump's commissioner of the FCC decided to end it. Without net neutrality rules, big corporations like Verizon and Comcast can control the speed of your internet connection to make certain pages fast and others slow depending on how much they pay them. This could have a major impact on companies like Netflix which rely on speedy Internet connections to stream their shows. But the folks at Netflix aren't dummies, they actually released a first-look at a new show that makes the most of and welcomes the end of net neutrality.

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Netflix Embraces Net Neutrality
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