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+ - Connected TVs will not break the Internet, but may be illegal in your country->

Submitted by Raindeer
Raindeer (104129) writes "The OECD, an organisation working on better policies for better lives in 34 countries, released a new report last week showing that combining the Internet and television will not break the Internet. Most networks will be able to handle it. Some networks, such as Swisscom, are even encouraging Over-The-Top television. Other networks however are considering charging content providers. This reports evaluates those proposals and also shows why content providers do not sign up for many proposals. Furthermore it shows that for-example Cablevision's Cloud DVR would be illegal in France and Australia. (btw I'm the author)"
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Connected TVs will not break the Internet, but may be illegal in your country

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