Defying all expectations, Comcast has gone from prosecuting customers for piracy to actually defending them.
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Streaming video companies have put more money into persuading legislators to allow them to live and grow.
After failing in 2009, Time Warner Cable is reviving its usage-based pricing system, beginning in Texas.
Conan O'Brien's fairly benign segment in New York gets overblown, verbatim coverage from the mainstream media.
Like its streaming video brethren, Universal has backpedaled on an unconscionably boneheaded decision.
AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, et al. will give you a stern lecture -- several, in fact -- before losing your monthly payments.
The worst case of corporate cronyism this latter half of the week.
Watch out HBO.