​Comcast vs. Netflix: Net Neutrality or Just Intrerconnection?

Net neutrality and network interconnection, it is necessary to repeat, are different processes and issues, even if lots of people think they are the same. 



As Maggie Reardon at CNet rightly notes, "the dispute between Netflix and Comcast is not a Net neutrality issue because it does not have to do with how Comcast is treating Netflix's traffic once it's on the Comcast broadband network. Instead, it stems from a business dispute the two companies have over how Netflix is connecting to Comcast's network."




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