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Apple-Comcast Talks over “Special Treatment” for Set-Top Streaming Raise Net Neutrality Concerns
By Kim Meyer – Edited by Andrew Spore

Apple and Comcast are discussing a deal that would let Apple’s set-top television streaming boxes bypass congestion on the Internet, separating traffic to the boxes from public Internet traffic on those cables that connect to customers’ homes. The agreement would classify Apple’s streams as an exempt “managed” service to avoid a net neutrality violation, a move critics believe to be exploitation of a loophole.

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