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The Bright Side Of Net Neutrality's Demise

Albeit at the expense of Net neutrality, the FCC’s decision to let content providers pay a premium for more secure streaming will likely help the Web truly challenge cable and its bundled content model. So suggests David Carr, who writes in The New York Times: “It could mean that costs will rise for streaming outfits like Apple, Hulu and Netflix -- costs that will be passed onto the consumer -- but it will also mean a more stable platform for viewing on the Internet.”

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