Hotfile settles copyright infringement case; Netflix expands Canada, Netherlands catalogs

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> Hotfile, a media cloud storage and sharing site, will close and pay $80 million to avoid a copyright infringement trial. Story

> Aereo sets Wisconsin rollout. Story

> NBCUniversal shows in Canada and the Netherlands are available on Netflix. Story

> Netflix expanded its deal with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. in Canada. Story

> Microsoft says its Xbox One consoles are selling out around the world. Story

> Machinima extended its deal with Poptent to use its social video creation tools. Press release

> Netflix will be the first customer of a European-style Internet Exchange called AMS-IX in New York. Story

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable is going after "cord nevers" with a $30 HBO and broadcast-TV package of channels. Read more

Wireless News

> H2O Wireless, an MVNO that uses AT&T's network, is reviving its $60 unlimited data plan. Read more

And finally... New FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler gave his first major public appearance to discuss policy issues Monday. He seemed to endorse the idea of usage-based pricing by broadband providers and described the possibility of "a two-sided market" in which companies like Netflix could pay Internet service providers for the fastest connections. Read more

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