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Old 15 December 2017, 17:43
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When it comes down to government or private sector oversight, I'll default to private.

Also, good luck coming up with a system for monitoring if an ISP is throttling for nefarious reason. Throttling happens all the time in order to provide the best possible service (VoIP getting priority over web, as a very simplified example of QoS).

Lastly, have Congress get involved if you want to regulate something. Not the FCC.
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