Recent reports from the Wall Street Journal and other sources indicate U.S. sports content provider ESPN is interested in subsidizing the cost of Internet for people who use its services. The idea is to help folks watching videos on mobile devices from incurring high charges on their data plans. Critics are immediately raising concerns over net neutrality
- free access to information and uniform policies for managing the bandwidth of applications - that has been actively debated for many years.
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- A Mobile Internet Subsidized by Content Providers: ESPN Might Want It but You Shouldn't