no it doesn't
I've already pointed out numerous times that Netflix's streaming rankings are made less valuable by the fact that Netflix CDN partners do better in the rankings than those who refuse to participate in the free service. Similarly I've noted Google and YouTube's new ISP rankings need some work as well, as navigation is clunky and some ISPs are listed as HD verified even in markets they don't even provide service.
You don't find that FIOS and it's wonderous fiber optics getting trounced by inferior technology like cable and dsl is embarrassing?
What is the point of having better technology that doesn't work?
Please don't say Netflix has singled out FIOS and has something to do with it. That is crazy conspiracy talk.
Why is fios HD certified on google but coincidentally because they didn't play nice with open connect (wink wink) are rated low on netflix "very official" isp rating index? Man hook line and sinker......