Many service providers are delaying P2P

Online video distribution company Vuze has released the findings of a study showing that the eight largest broadband service providers in the U.S. all delay P2P traffic to some extent. The company collected data from about 8000 Internet users (who voluntarily took part) between Jan. 1 and April 13 of this year, and found that between 10% and 24% of all P2P connection attempts on those networks were "reset," causing the software to wait before attempting to re-initiate another connection, reports Multichannel News. Vuze previously has petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to act against any service providers delaying P2P traffic.

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