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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Dec 21, 2012 10:29 AM Flag

    DNA OF A FRAUD MANAGEMENT AT NETFLIX: RAPE BALANCE SHEET TO INSOLVENCY FOR SCAM BUBBLE LOOT PONZI SCAM

    Verizon Data Caps Safe; Anti-Cap Law Unlikely To Pass
    Legislation that would limit Internet service provider' ability to impose data caps on broadband services stands little chance of passage in Congress, but the Federal Communications Commission might take a tougher stance on so-called "usage-based" billing, analysts say.
    Sen. Ron Wyden, D.-Oregon, on Thursday introduced a bill to regulate the use of data caps.
    The biggest ISPs include the two largest cable firms, Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Comcast (CMCSA), and the two largest phone companies, AT&T (T) and Verizon Communications (VZ).
    If the Senate passes Wyden's legislation, Republicans control the House of Representatives, making it highly unlikely the bill would make it into law, says Paul Gallant, an analyst at Guggenheim Securities.
    FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, however, has made public comments signaling a tougher stance on usage-based billing.
    "We would not expect Wyden's bill to become law because Republicans are firmly against broadband regulation and likely have blocking power in Congress," Gallant said in a report. "But we believe Wyden's push for limits on usage-based pricing — coming after similar points from Chairman Genachowski — indicates continuing Democratic interest in monitoring cable/telcos' usage-based pricing.
    "(ISPs) like Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision (CVC) and Charter (CHTR) may need to 'self-regulate' as they consider future broadband pricing moves."
    Online video providers such as Netflix (NFLX) oppose usage caps.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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