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Monday, May 13, 2013

Managed services – a German net neutrality trap?

Managed services – a net neutrality trap? | Internet Policy Review: "Deutsche Telekom argues that managed services are a “separate data stream, independent from the regular best effort internet data traffic.” The SmartTV-DSL bundle Entertain was “no internet service, but a TV service”, the spokesman underlined. “Managed services”, also called “specialised services”, are mainly defined as offered to subscribers only with granted levels of quality of service, but the lines are blurred. By establishing the different “channels” operators regularly try to circumvent network neutrality regimes, several researchers have said. " 'via Blog this'

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