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Transcript of Netflix

What is
is a provider that streams movies and T.V. shows for monthly payments starting at $7.99 - $10.99. It was created in 1997 and founded by Marc Randolf & Reed Hastings.
Facts about
~ You can stream it anywhere with your tablet, PS3, computer, X-Box or T.V. ( This depends on your subscription package.).

~ Your subscription can be canceled at anytime.

~As of 2013, approximately 9109 movies and T.V. shows can be streamed.

What is
Net Neutrality
and How Does it Effect
"The principle that basic Internet protocols should be non-discriminatory, esp. that content providers should get equal treatment from internet operators (dictionary.reference.com)."

Basically, Internet providers will charge you monthly just to go on certain websites. Net Neutrality is a movement to halt this action.

Netflix would be an obvious site to charge from since so many people use it, and that's exactly their plan. The ISP (Internet Service Providers) may give bundles with Netflix and Hulu for nearly $30.00 per month.
What Can You Do?

To save the Internet from the ISP's wrath you can:
>Follow groups online that support Net Neutrality and get updates.
> Write a letter to Congress.
>Be an active member of the movement.

By: Hannah Flannery
7th Grade
An agreement has been made that Netflix will pay Comcast to provide faster internet speed. It may be against Net Neutrality.
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