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Net Neutrality

Exploring Verizon Wireless’s LTE throttling – Part 2

Exploring Verizon Wireless’s LTE throttling – Part 2

Last summer, when Verizon announced mobile data throttling on the Unlimited plan, I wrote this post exploring what Verizon is slowing down on the network under the Unlimited data plan. The post was not the most in-depth, but it demonstrated that Verizon had chosen to […]

The clock is ticking for Net Neutrality comments – My Comments

The clock is ticking for Net Neutrality comments – My Comments

As the clock ticks for the Net Neutrality public comment period, I took the time today to write up a semi-short plea for keeping our networks neutral, and submitted it to the FCC. Although this may not make much of an impact, I hope it […]

Exploring Verizon Wireless’s new UDP Video Throttling – Net Neutrality concern?

Exploring Verizon Wireless’s new UDP Video Throttling – Net Neutrality concern?

On August 22nd, Verizon Wireless, the USA’s largest and most popular mobile carrier, changed around their smartphone plans. In a questionably competitive move, Verizon revamped their recently launched Unlimited Data plans to include Video Throttling (otherwise known as Traffic Shaping targeted towards video). This is […]