Justice Department Probes Cable Companies
Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 13 June 2012 7:26 AM
Officials from the Justice Department are reportedly looking in to whether cable companies are in violation of antitrust laws by limiting their competition from online video. The Wall Street Journal says interviews have been conducted with Netflix and Hulu, and with people at Comcast and Time Warner. In particular, they are interested in the data-caps certain companies have implemented to deal with Internet traffic.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
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