said by elefante72:
This is real BS, because in most cases Netflix isn't crossing the "internet" at all (except for catalog refresh), it's being hosted in CDN's somewhere in the carriers intranet.
This is why they are apes**t about P2P because that actually costs them transit fees, and so does tunneling. So the more the content companies crack down, the higher the transit fees.
Netflix/streaming is glory to them because they can host that in-network and charge users for caps. A win win.
ISPs claim to want in-network traffic, yet they killed newsgroups.