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U.S. communications regulators voted on Friday to order Comcast Corp to end some of the tactics it uses to manage its broadband network after concluding that they unreasonably restrict Internet users who share movies and other material.
In a precedent-setting decision, the five-member Federal Communications Commission voted by a margin of 3-2 to uphold a complaint accusing Comcast of violating the FCC's open-Internet principles by improperly hindering peer-to-peer traffic on its network.
FCC To Rule on Comcast Complaint [webmasterworld.com]
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U.S.FCC Aims to Punish Comcast Over Net Neutrality
Maybe finally someone can kick their arse for screwing the customer.
Just wanted an update, the other option we have in our area is Verizon DSL or Fios, but I'd rather tolerate comcast's shut down connections then have to deal with MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF OVERBILLING by Verizon.