VPNs Can Bypass Verizon’s New Video Throttling System

Verizon has a long-thirty year history of anti-competitive behavior, and is now demanding additional money just to stream videos at speeds many customers believe should be determined by the end user and the server they’re accessing. They’re not alone; Sprint already opened the door to this behavior by charging users a premium to avoid the throttling of videos, games and music. – Karl Bode, DSL Reports http://ift.tt/2wGNy00

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