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No, BitTorrent's Plan for Cryptocurrency-Fueled Speed Boosts Doesn't Violate 'Net Neutrality'

Source: techdirt.com

Jan 8, 2019 3:10 PM 1+ week ago

For a subject we've been collectively discussing ad nauseum for the better part of two decades, it's kind of astounding how many people still don't really understand how net neutrality works. Case in point: last week, BitTorrent...Read more.

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