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Tiny Nuvio is picking up the fight biggies are refusing to fight. The Kansas City-based carrier wants the FCC to prohibit MSOs, Baby Bells and other broadband providers from blocking or degrading access to other VoIP services, reports cable Datacom News. The company has a point: […]

Tiny Nuvio is picking up the fight biggies are refusing to fight. The Kansas City-based carrier wants the FCC to prohibit MSOs, Baby Bells and other broadband providers from blocking or degrading access to other VoIP services, reports cable Datacom News. The company has a point: if the large companies that own the pipes and decide to screw with services (essentially data streams) that run on their pipes, we could be in a lot of trouble. I had pointed this out earlier.

  1. yeah Mr Blog’s been investigating what’s up with British Telecom. Read his last few posts for the whole saga.

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