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Google Fiber stands behind Netflix in broadband battle grounds

The new neutrality decision is kicking up old arguments about whether service providers should be allowed to charge for paid prioritization. While most ISPs would rally for the end of , Google says it wants to protect equal internet access.

“This doesn’t involve any deals to prioritize their video ‘packets’ over others or otherwise discriminate among internet traffic – we don’t do that,” the Fiber team wrote.

To highlight what free peering can do, the Fiber team looked at as an example of a company that has servers inside Fiber facilities so users can send video requests faster.

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