Companies that sell network equipment to ISPs don’t want net neutrality | Ars Technica

IBM, Cisco, Intel, and Sandvine ask US not to regulate broadband as a utility.

In 2007, Comcast was caught blocking peer-to-peer traffic using a product from Sandvine, which has long opposed net neutrality rules.

Source: Companies that sell network equipment to ISPs don’t want net neutrality | Ars Technica