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Submission + - YouTube issuing "report cards" on carriers' streaming speeds

OakDragon writes: In the shadow of the "Net Neutrality" debate, Google's YouTube has created a service to report on your carrier's usage and speed, summarizing the data in a "Lower/Standard/High Definition" graph. You may see the service offered when a video buffers or stutters. A message could display under the video asking "Experiencing interruptions? Find out why." Find your own provider's grade here.
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YouTube issuing "report cards" on carriers' streaming speeds

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