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Monday, August 03, 2009


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My question is: Do cellular companies (Verizon, AT&T) that offer internet access have to abide by the same rules and regulations that all other ISPs have to live by? For example, Comcast got into legal hot water for slowing down customer's bandwidth for using P2P software. I'm sure Insight would get into trouble with the FCC if you were to begin selectively allowing and selectively banning applications and programs (including software that competes directly against your digital phone offering) from working over Insight Broadband. How can AT&T seem to get around this when everyone else can't?

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