T-Mobile Fires Back at YouTube Over Throttling Allegations
Given that what's written here is true
So what. When did T-mobile, or yourself for that matter, become the judge of how best to consume the data that the CUSTOMER paid for. What you "PERCEIVE" as a bonus for the customer might actually be a point of irritation. What if the customer was streaming the sub-par video to his 1080p TV? If he's being charged for the data, shouldn't he have the CHOICE of what resolution he gets?
>>At the end of the day, there is no argument because IT CAN BE DISABLED ANY TIME.
WRONG. There is an argument because T-mobile made a change without asking the customer first. I might agree to watch Netflix at 480p because you're not char...
You gave the definition and then failed to understand it. YouTube is NOT part of binge on. If they lower the resolution without asking the customer, they ARE by definition "favoring or blocking particular products or websites".
>>and the second would be lowering the video quality on YouTube's videos when YouTube is not even part of Binge On.
Exactly. And that is a mistake that violates net neutrality, exactly as is alleged by Google.
>>Also, they are not charging anything extra to have some video providers favored over other, so to my understanding of that definition they're not violating Net ...
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