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FCC mulls regulating network practices

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FCC mulls regulating network practices

At an agency hearing at Stanford, FCC chairman Kevin Martin said the FCC should carefully examine what constitutes “reasonable” network management for ISPs. At an agency hearing on broadband services held at Stanford University, FCC chairman Kevin Martin said his agency should scrutinize two primary factors when trying to evaluate whether ISPs’ network management policies were “reasonable:” do application designers know what will and won’t work on the network, and are consumers fully informed about the nature of the service they’re purchasing, and any restrictions that may come with it.

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