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Comcast Claims They'll Stop BitTorrent Throttling

Mr2001 (90979) writes | more than 6 years ago

Networking 1

Mr2001 writes "BroadbandReports reports that Comcast and BitTorrent Thursday morning jointly announced that by the end of this year, Comcast will migrate 'to a capacity management technique that is protocol agnostic.' In other words, it appears that after months of public outcry, bad press, hearings and an FCC investigation — Comcast is ready to abandon its practice of forging TCP packets to throttle upstream P2P traffic on its network."
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backslide (1)

one0them (1137193) | more than 6 years ago | (#22918378)

from "we don't throttle bittorrent!" to "we won't throttle bittorrent anymore"
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