Home > slashdot > BT Content Connect May Impact Net Neutrality

BT Content Connect May Impact Net Neutrality

January 4th, 2011 01:02 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

a Flatbed Darkly writes “BT’s Content Connect, a service which many have accused of threatening net neutrality, has apparently launched, although it is unknown whether or not any ISPs have bought or are planning to buy it yet; BT has denied the allegations, from Open Rights Group among others, that this, despite certainly being an anti-competitive service, does not create a two-tier internet. From the article: “”Contrary to recent reports in the media, BT’s Content Connect service will not create a two-tier internet, but will simply offer service providers the option of differentiating their broadband offering through enhanced content delivery,” a BT spokeswoman said.”"

Source: BT Content Connect May Impact Net Neutrality

Related Articles:

  1. European ISPs Ask ITU To Limit Net Neutrality
  2. The Case Against Net Neutrality
  3. ECM Cloud Connect Offers A Bridge Between On-Premise Content And The Box.net Cloud
  4. Secretive Funding Fuels Ongoing Net Neutrality Astroturfing Controversy
  5. UK ISPs EE, Virgin and Vodafone Back Net Neutrality
blog comments powered by Disqus
YOYOYOOYOYOYO