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AT&T has claimed network congestion is the reason it needs data caps and steep overage fees. But if ESPN and other rich companies can pay to get around these artificial limits, it suggests what we’ve long suspected: [these are to gouge customers].
BellSouth is a subsidiary of at&t
CenturyLink exempts their own video content from bandwidth caps, but charges for other video providers out of your allowance.
Has sued and fought the FCC multiple times to prevent use of legitimate applications on their network.
Telus has blocked websites for strike-related matters, interfering with Net Neutrality.
Time Warner has fought and questioned the FCC's ability to regulate network neutrality.
Universal is a property of NBCUniversal, owned by Comcast
Verizon has challenged the FCC's authority to regulate network neutrality by claiming it violates their 1st Ammendment Rights under the US constitution.
Amazon VP of Global Public Policy Paul Misener reinforces one of the reasons why we need net neutrality: our (lack of) choice when it comes to broadband.
"Cogent practices net neutrality. We do not prioritize packet transmissions on the basis of the content of the packet, the customer or network that is the source of the packet, or the customer or network that is the recipient of the packet."
eBay Inc. supports Net Neutrality legislation that will prohibit [ISPs] from replacing the robust open Internet with "Pay to Play" private networks that will force out and discriminate against content and service providers that refuse to pay new tolls.
Google's public policy blog has repeated calls to support and sustain network neutrality.
Microsoft views the internet as a "public resource" and believes it must be open in turn.
Netflix has stated they are pro net neutrality and are "reluctant" to sign "interconnection agreements"
Listed in Plunkett's Telecommunications Industry Almanac 2009 as a network neutrality supporter.