Category: P2P

Blunt Instruments

In his written statement to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on Tuesday of this week, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin referred to a particular method of traffic management as a “blunt means to reduce peer-to-peer traffic by blocking certain traffic completely.” The blunt […]

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Net Neutrality’s Unintended Consequence

Most of the discussion surrounding net neutrality to date seems to revolve around fixed broadband consumers complaining that ISPs are unjustly mucking with their traffic, discriminating between different traffic types, and providing prioritization without their consent — and the providers shouldn’t be. Rob took a […]

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5 Ways to Molest Internet Users

A good bit of the attention garnered by DMK’s ToorCon presentation focused on how ISPs are employing Provider-In-The-Middle Attacks (PITMAs) to collect ad-related revenue from their customers, and how security “of the web” ends up being fully gated by the security of the ad server […]

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