Google blocks YouTube from Amazon devices as business conflict escalates

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  • Reply 21 of 23
    avon b7avon b7 Posts: 2,110member
    tbsteph said:
    So much for net neutrality :)
    Google operates their own network and pays for peering with the ISPs they wanted regulated.  Net neutrality didn’t apply to them.  Same goes for Facebook and other “free” services.  

    Edit: I wonder how Google, Facebook, Twitter and others would have felt about Content Neutrality regulated by the FCC.
    Facebook is rolling out huge fibre infrastructure. They recently started laying a massive cable off the coast of Spain. IIRC it was to connect to the US. On the Spanish side they have an agreement with a major Spanish ISP. It looks like they are ensuring their voice will be heard when it comes to guaranteeing content delivery.

    EDIT: Microsoft is onboard too.

    https://news.microsoft.com/features/microsoft-facebook-telxius-complete-highest-capacity-subsea-cable-cross-atlantic/
    edited December 2017 christophb
  • Reply 22 of 23
    starxdstarxd Posts: 121member
    You can't be bothered to update your article from yesterday in light of the fact that the Prime Video app for TVOS came out today?  
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