Guess Who'd Like To 'Throttle' AT&T Now?

Under growing pressure from subscribers to clarify when their access speeds are likely to get throttled, AT&T finally offered a clear-cut answer on Thursday. Before hitting the “send” button, however, the company didn’t need a Nostradamus to know that blowback was right around the bend.

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