Does Time Warner's internet service put a cap on their customer's data?
So I recently got my folks out of the stone age about 4 months ago and got high speed internet installed through Time Warner. I completely love it, but I was wandering whether or not they cap their user's bandwidth, because I just signed up for Netflix's streaming service (don't hate) and I've discovered a ton of awesome stuff to watch that I didn't get to when it was on TV. So I was wondering whether I should continue to watch whatever I want to on Netflix or if I should cancel my subscription in fear that the internet bill will be through the roof.
I tried researching this myself, but nearly every article I could find was from 2009, and everything I could find from this year seemed to just be articles on why we should protest data caps. Now, while I totally agree with the protest, I'd also like to know if my data is already capped and if so, how much data I'm allowed to use.