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Verizon denies throttling Amazon's cloud, Netflix services

Brandon Butler | Feb. 6, 2014
In a post-net neutrality world, a blogger accuses Verizon of throttling its services.

Following the net neutrality ruling, Verizon stated that it had no plans to make any changes to its Internet service. "Today's decision will not change consumers' ability to access and use the Internet as they do now," company officials wrote in a statement posted on its website. "The court's decision will allow more room for innovation, and consumers will have more choices to determine for themselves how they access and experience the Internet."

Neither Amazon nor Netflix immediately responded to a request for comment.


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