T-Mobile thinks they can break the rules. Don't let them.

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Tell the FCC: Stop T-Mobile from violating Net Neutrality

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    Maybe you've seen the commercials: Binge On enables all T-Mobile users to stream content for free from a handpicked pool of content providers — such as Netflix or Hulu — without it counting against their data.
    For anyone who binged on Netflix's Making a Murderer over the holidays, this sounds like a pretty fair deal — right?
    Wrong. ISPs shouldn't be in the business of prioritizing content. This kind of behavior is a direct violation of the Net Neutrality rules we all fought so hard for last year.
    Tell the FCC: Strong enforcement of Net Neutrality starts with you. Pull the plug on T-Mobile's "Binge On.".