Double Take 'Toons: Comcast A Giant Shadow?

Comcast's proposed $45 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable has consumer advocates worried about the power that a combined company could wield, while others note that the deal could wind up bolstering open-Internet rules. John Cole doubts any deal would be good for customers, while David Fitzsimmons doesn't think they have much choice. John Cole hide caption

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