Netflix and YouTube are the most strangled mobile applications by US operators, a new survey

According to a new study conducted at Northeastern University researcher and Amherst's University of Massachusetts, a US telecommunications company limits customers trying to watch mobile video using services such as Netflix and YouTube . . The results of this study, Bloomberg Today, companies such as AT & T and Verizon reveal the extent to which customers 'data speed is limited by using Donald Trump' s deregulation.

This does not present totally new information. Today, the four largest companies in the United States offer an unlimited plan to manage network traffic, reduce congestion, absolutely make the necessary efforts, and limit the video streaming of mobile devices to 480p by default.

However, in this research, it is clear how often this is occurring and what applications it is in. Also, Federal Communications Commission Chairperson (Ajit Pai) will enter into force in June Since we abolished the regulation on network neutrality before December 2017, we provided data on the rise of this behavior. This year's research has not been open to the public yet. Because it contains 1 year of data, it will be subject to peer review.

This survey was done by recruiting about 100,000 mobile applications called Wehe.Wehe was monitoring network traffic …

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