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Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research

Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research BNN speaks with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, about the risks to bear in mind with Netflix, despite a lot of positive market reaction to the company’s latest fourth quarter results. To watch the video replay, click here.

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FCC Putting Foxes In Charge of the Hen House: Garrity on Bloomberg Radio

Loss of Net Neutrality Is Inflationary The internet’s widening deployment and steady integration into daily life around the world has had a deflationary impact on the global economy. Consumers have become far more efficient at search and price discovery, in the process finding the lowest-cost source for any good or service listed on the internet.

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Bloomberg Radio: Garrity on Cybersecurity Summit, FCC, Net Neutrality

Today I joined Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on The Bloomberg Advantage. You can listen to the replay here.  Below are some of the discussion points from the segment. 1) Internet Regulation: Historical Precedents Are Abundant & Instructive: The issues involved in the upcoming FCC decision pertain to the use, ownership and regulation of shared

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