March 24 | YouTube to throttle video quality globally for a month


YouTube to throttle video quality globally for about a month

The Google-owned company says it plans to reduce all videos to Standard-Definition for the next month.

The move, to be implemented globally, is meant to help reduce the strain on the internet due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With more people at home due to quaratine and shelter-in-place orders, many net-based firms are seeing higher traffic that’s straining global bandwidth.

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