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Major ISPs agree to "six strikes" copyright enforcement plan

American Internet users, get ready for "six strikes." Major US Internet providers—including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Cablevision, and Time Warner Cable—have just signed on to a voluntary agreement with the movie and music businesses to crack down on online copyright infringers. But they will protect subscriber privacy and they won't filter or monitor their own networks for infringement. And after the sixth "strike," you won't necessarily be "out."

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AT&T is placing data limits on HBO Max again

This comes after new net neutrality laws pass in California.

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PrimeVinister1129d ago

Ajit Pai has a lot to answer for.

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AT&T's CEO predicts people will continue to cut cable out of their budget

AT&T’s CEO John Stankey said that he expects the pay-TV industry to soon hit a level of little or no growth. He predicts that it will plateau once the number of pay-TV subscribers falls somewhere between 55 and 60 million users.

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AT&T’s 5G ain’t s*** (yet), according to new PCMag report

PCMag released its Fastest Mobile Networks report and there are plenty of interesting insights to be found, including ones about 5G.

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