FCC: AT&T, Verizon mobile programs violate open web rules

The biggest problem the Federal Communications Commission has with AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW offer has to do with how much the carrier is charging rival streaming services for access to its data network. Because AT&T has priced its new DirecTV Now service so aggressively, the FCC doesn’t see how other streaming video companies could possibly compete. – Marguerite Reardon, CNET http://cnet.co/2ies30M