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Comcast-NBC Deal Accidentally Protects Internet?

February 28th, 2011 02:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


jfruhlinger writes “Details of the conditions that the Department of Justice required to approve Comcast’s purchase of NBC have emerged today. Blogger Kevin Fogarty looks at the details — Comcast is forbidden from blocking Netflix over its pipes, and must sell NBC shows via iTunes and other similar services — and concludes that Internet access for everybody, including business users, has been protected, more or less by accident.”

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