By now, there’s a very good likelihood you might need heard that Netflix has a brand new hit TV collection on its palms within the type of Squid Sport, a South Korean TV collection the place members within the fictional recreation play video games from their childhood with lethal ends in hopes of profitable a large amount of cash.
It has confirmed itself to be such a success that apparently it brought about an enormous enhance in visitors that resulted in South Korean ISP SK Broadband having to carry out additional upkeep work, a lot in order that the corporate is now suing Netflix and are asking them to pay for the prices of the work concerned.
Apparently this has been a little bit of a rising concern as a result of in accordance with the figures, Netflix’s information dealt with by SK has seen a soar of 24 occasions since Could 2018 till September 2021, which amounted to about 1.2 trillion bits of information processed per second. It wasn’t all due to Squid Sport as Netflix’s different hit exhibits additionally contributed to this enhance in information consumption.
In line with the courts, they are saying that Netflix ought to “fairly” give SK one thing in return for the community utilization. Netflix has since stated they are going to be reviewing SK’s declare and might be looking for to have dialogue with the ISP to make sure clients will not be affected.