FBI says IPv6 could make it harder to catch criminals; Usage caps drive up Canadian broadband prices

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> Sky Broadband is on pace to surpass TalkTalk to become the UK's third largest ISP, argues a new Strategy Analytics report. Article

> FBI, DEA believe IPv6 might make it difficult to trace electronic addresses during criminal investigations. Article

> Thailand-based telco TOT establishes partnership with China Telecom and AT&T to build two new fiber links to provide backup Internet gateway capacity for their country. Article

> Thanks to usage caps, Canadians pay a lot more than Americans do for broadband services, says a new PricewaterhouseCoopers study. Article

And finally … VoIP and wireless service are the culprits behind the wireline industry's voice service revenue decline. Article

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