With Netflix apparently having discriminated in its delivery of Internet video to wireless carriers AT&T and Verizon, after those carriers had been accused of doing the video degrading, there was plenty of input from industry players.
The pushback was particularly strong given Netflix's push for net neutrality rules that prevent ISPs from discriminating and requiring them to tell customers how they are managing their networks.
There have long been rumblings, sometimes not so quietly in the case of Comcast, alleging Netflix intentionally congested traffic to wired ISPs in peering disputes. Netflix has denied it.
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