“There’s a legitimate argument, which is: ‘Hey Netflix, you’re using 30% of the internet, you ought to pay some of the cost,'” said Hastings. “It’s a good sound bite.”
But Hastings questions exactly what it is that ISPs are doing that merit this additional money. After all, if Netflix does account for such a huge amount of traffic, couldn’t you argue that one of the reasons that consumers even have a broadband account in the first place is to stream Netflix?
argomento vecchio, in realta'..
pero', generalizzando, quanto vale per una telco il fato che ci siano internet (e quindi gli OTT)?
quanto perderebbe una telco se non ci fossero ?