Some critics question Comcast's bandwidth caps for residential subscribers.
Comcast says it's looking at slowing traffic for its heaviest users during times of network congestion.
The U.S. FCC orders Comcast to stop slowing peer-to-peer traffic.
The U.S. FCC is poised to take action against Comcast for slowign P-to-P traffic.
The FCC moves to prohibit Comcast P-to-P traffic management.
Comcast announced this week that it will no longer target individual protocols for traffic shaping, and will instead slow Web traffic for individual users who consume what the company called a “disproportionate” amount of bandwidth.
A study says Comcast and Cox are blocking some P2P traffic during all hours.
Two U.S. House members introduced a bill that would subject broadband providers to antitrust violations if they block or slow Internet traffic.
A broadband trade group representative told the U.S. Congress that carriers should be allowed to practice network management and slow P-to-P network access.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin says Comcast’s peer-to-peer blocking appears to have been widespread.