Net neutrality takes effect Friday; ISPs scramble to avoid complaints

The Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules take effect Friday this week, and they’ve already had a noticeable impact on the behavior of Internet service providers.

The latest news occurred today when AT&T and network operator Cogent announced a new interconnection agreement for exchanging Internet traffic. If AT&T Internet users were experiencing trouble reaching websites, this could resolve that problem for any Internet traffic traveling from Cogent to AT&T.

Source: Net neutrality takes effect Friday; ISPs scramble to avoid complaints | Ars Technica

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