SPOTLIGHT: Vuze wants FCC to stop P2P blocking


Online video content provider Vuze last week appealed to the Federal Communications Commission to stop broadband service providers from blocking or delaying peer-to-peer Internet traffic. Comcast's admission that it sometimes delayed such traffic has caused a firestorm of protest, including FCC filings and at least one subscriber lawsuit. Maybe it's time for other service providers to proactively address the issue with both the content community and their own subscribers.

For more:
- here's a story in Computerworld about the Vuze complaint
- BusinessWeek reports on the broader issue

Related articles:
- Comcast admitted last month that it sometimes delays P2P traffic

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