T-Mobile Faces (More) Accusations It's Violating Net Neutrality
A Stanford professor says T-Mobile's Binge On feature is violating net neutrality, but the Federal Communications Commission has yet to weigh in.By Ben Lawson | January 30, 2016
T-Mobile's Binge On feature is once again facing claims it violates net neutrality rules.
This time, the accusation comes from a paper drafted by a Stanford University professor. One of the key arguments the paper presents is that Binge On harms competition by favoring T-Mobile's partners over other companies. (Video via T-Mobile)
With Binge On, T-Mobile lets users stream videos from certain services without eating into data plans. (Video via T-Mobile)