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Do Zero-Rating Programs Violate Net Neutrality?

Law360, New York (July 7, 2016, 11:54 AM EDT) -- T-Mobile rolled out “Binge On” in late 2015, followed by Verizon’s "Go90" in March 2016. These programs, called zero-rating programs, allow customers to watch videos from approved video providers without having those videos count against the monthly data limit. This has created controversy since it purportedly exempts certain video services from data caps while allegedly “throttling” almost all other video effectively reducing data usage.

T-Mobile’s Binge On and Verizon’s Go90 programs have been a big hit with customers. However, there are a growing number of individuals and entities arguing that these zero-rating programs violate the Federal Communications Commission’s new net neutrality...

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