The content creates the demand. The ISP can't handle the demand. The ISP wants more to handle the demand. The content provider balks. The customer gets the increase.
Sound familiar? -- Splat
2014-Mar-21 7:39 am: ·
KrK Heavy Artillery For The Little Guy Premium join:2000-01-17 Tulsa, OK
It's always nice when "Experts" such as Brian Fagioli write articles...
... which prove they have no idea of what they are writing about and parrot industry positions.... such as Netflix hogging up all the ISP's bandwidth.
Sorry, no. It's the *ISP's customers* who ARE paying who are "hogging" up the bandwidth by connecting to Netflix. I love reading such garbage. Netflix pays, customers pay, it's ISP's job to deliver, instead, no, they want to just be paid more. -- "Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power." -- Benito Mussolini