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South Korean internet service provider sues Netflix, reigniting debate on Net Neutrality

This lawsuit is a consequence of Netflix losing an earlier court battle in which it had accused SK Broadband of double billing.

SK Broadband, a South Korean Internet service provider, has demanded that Netflix must pay for costs from increased network traffic and maintenance work in a lawsuit filed last week, according to a report in Reuters. A spokesperson for the SK Broadband said that the lawsuit against the streaming giant is a result of Netflix using SK's dedicated line to deliver copious amounts of data-heavy, high-definition video content to viewers from servers in Japan and Hong Kong, the report added. The upsurge in data traffic has been attributed to shows like Squid Game and D.P., among others, which led to SK processing 1.2 trillion bits of data per second as of September, Reuters reported, adding that the increase cements Netflix’s status as South Korea’s second-largest data traffic generator after Google's YouTube.  The lawsuit alleged that Netflix and Google are the only…

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