Comcast faces more P2P heat

Cable TV giant Comcast can't shake critics who continue to accuse the company of blocking or interfering with Internet traffic of some peer-to-peer file sharing users. Public advocates and scholars from Yale, Harvard and Stanford filed a Net neutrality complaint against the company yesterday.

Comcast has admitted to delaying some traffic in order to better manage its network, something to which all network operators can relate. If this complaint fares well, Comcast and others will have to tread carefully.

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