Martin in favour of Net Neutrality?

by alec on February 26, 2008

From here it looks as if the FCC is in favour of Net Neutrality.  At hearings held yesterday at the Harvard Law School, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin had pointed questions for the cable industry, and opined that any traffic shaping based on content must be "conducted in an open and transparent way".  Commissioner Michael J. Copps noted that cable policies had been decided "in a black box that the American public could not peak into".

This must make execs at BitTorrent, and Vuze hopeful.

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