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December 24, 2015 12:34 PM

Is T-Mobile degrading online videos and violating net neutrality? YouTube thinks so

YouTube said T-Mobile is “throttling all video services”

Complaint is one of the first public objections by a major Internet company to T-Mobile’s Binge On

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