Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Seeing "Throttling" Where it Does Not Exist

It probably was inevitable: some will see content “throttling” in the wake of a U.S. appeals court overturning of Federal Communications Commission “network neutrality” rules.

Verizon Communications was swift to say it was not blocking or impeding packets. Peering congestion is the likely culprit. Verizon is not dumb enough to block or impede lawful packets, a clear violation of still in force FCC rules.

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