IETF: AT&T’s net neutrality claim is ‘misleading’


The head of the internet's leading standards body said Sept. 2 that it is "misleading" for AT&T to claim that its push to charge customers for high-priority service is technically justified, CNET reports. Internet Engineering Task Force chairman Russ Housley told CNET that AT&T's arguments to federal regulators, which cited networking standards to justify "paid prioritization" of network traffic, were invalid. "AT&T in their letter [to the Federal Communications Commission]
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