NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- As I am getting more calls and e-mails than I can possibly return on my earlier blog post about Akamai (AKAM) and Netflix (NFLX) -- and because both companies are now willing to go on-record just a little -- I've decided to give out more details on my post.
Folks may still have questions after reading this post, which I'm happy to answer -- if I can. All the e-mails and comments I receive from crazy shareholders threatening me with bodily harm will be ignored.
Also, it should be noted that far too many Websites that picked up on my first post took a lot of what I have said out of context or have implied things I never said. At no time did I say Netflix is "no longer a customer of Akamai." Nor did I imply that "Netflix won't have any relationship with Akamai in the New Year." I chose my words very carefully and third-party sites need to use those exact words -- not take what I said and imply something else from them.
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