Two-tier internet gets US backing.

  TopCat® 15:16 07 Sep 2007

Quote: 'The US Justice Department has said that internet service providers should be allowed to charge for priority traffic. click here The agency said it was opposed to "network neutrality", the idea that all data on the net is treated equally....' This subject is currently being debated in the UK and no doubt the comments will be taken on board, insofar as they affect this country's internet structure and services.

Anyone think we'll have to follow the US on this? I do and I also think the end user costs will rise substantially too. TC.

  TopCat® 18:06 09 Sep 2007


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