Monday, February 26, 2018

Ninth Circuit Rules FTC Does Have Authority to Oversee Internet Access

With the caveat that the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals often makes rulings that are overturned (79 percent), the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the Federal Trade Commission acted within its authority in bringing a claim against AT&T over its data-throttling practices.

Some will say that the decision validates the oversight the Federal Trade Commission will exercise over internet access services, as proposed by the Federal Communications Commission in its recent Restoring Internet Freedom order.

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SD-WAN Proves 4X Cheaper, While Boosting Bandwidth 4X, Says Cato Networks

MPLS was four times the cost of SD-WAN while delivering about 25 percent of SD-WAN bandwidth, say executives at Centrient Pharmaceuticals...