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Thursday, December 02, 2010

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gel aloe

I couldn't think you are more right...

Brad

I am also curious how this affects Insight's (and most other CableCos) practice of terminating the service of customers that have open ports, even those that are for educational purposes only and even very low actual traffic

Roger Chui

How will allowing underhanded traffic shaping PROMOTE new innovation and investment? That simply provides an easy out for ISPs who would rather make an easy buck by imposing new restrictions on their customers than make the necessary innovation and investments to increase their bandwidth.

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