Month: August 2008

Quick Reading for Today

Just a few items that popped into my reading list this morning: The Summer Storm, a short piece on what a Storm infected host did. From Symantec’s blog. ” Seventy-seven megabytes of network traffic, 356 spam emails sent and 10,082 unique IP addresses contacted. All […]

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At the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting in Dublin, Ireland last week follow-on work from the P2P Infrastructure Workshop held in late May @MIT continued.  Specifically, two birds of a feather (BoF) sessions were held, with the aim of each focusing on different areas […]

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Lessons learned from the FCC decision

In the FCC ruling today, the commission criticized both the technology and the transparency of Comcast’s network management practices.  Network management in and of itself is not a problem, as the Commission has said in their FCC principles protecting consumer access to the Internet. The […]

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