Comcast’s attempt to acquire Time Warner Cable may have ended. Comcast’s $45.2 billion acquisition attempt was ruled by the Federal Communications Commission as giving Comcast too much control of the Internet into domestic households[ref]Home Media Magazine[/ref].
One proverbial nail in the deal’s coffin might be the White House’s push for net neutrality[ref]Home Media Magazine[/ref]. That and, of course, a heavy grass roots campaign against the deal.
It may have seemed, for a moment, a return of the old-school AT&T style monopoly. Perhaps. Just not today.
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