Comcast Corp. has provided U.S. regulators details of how it plans to change the way it manages web traffic over its high-speed internet network without blocking any applications or content, Reuters reports. The move comes after the Federal Communications Commission voted last month to uphold a complaint that Comcast had violated the regulator's open-internet principles by hindering peer-to-peer traffic from applications such as BitTorrent. Comcast said on Sept. 19 that under the plan—designed to give all users their "fair share" of bandwidth—it would focus on managing the traffic of customers who are using most bandwidth when the network is congested.


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