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How the AT&T-Time Warner deal threatens net neutrality

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AT&T’s $85 billion bid to acquire Time Warner is a big moment. Following the playbook of the Comcast-NBC and Verizon-AOL/Yahoo deals, it marks the point in history when service providers acquiring content companies graduated from a growing trend to simply “the norm.”

If the company line on these mergers is to be believed, that’s nothing but good news! Pairing content companies with distribution networks is the very definition of synergy, and it’ll result in more choice, better service and savings for customers.

The #futureofvideo is mobile and the #futureofmobile is video. Time Warner + AT&T make it happen! @twxcorp https://t.co/GKx4U9TQYg

— AT&T (@ATT) October 23, 2016 Read more…

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