Cox Blocking P2P Traffic, Study Says

May 16, 2008  •  Post A Comment

A study released by the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany revealed that Cox Communications is blocking visits to peer-to-peer sites and other bandwidth-hungry Web sites, Online Media Daily reports. Cox responded that it does manage access to P2P services in order to manage traffic impact and “ensure a high-quality experience for our customers,” the Web site says. Fellow Internet service provider Comcast came under scrutiny in October when an Associated Press article revealed that the company was slowing down visits to P2P sites, the Web site notes.
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