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Re: Brand X decision could mean widespread VoIP blocking
- From: Fergie (Paul Ferguson)
- Date: Tue Jun 28 16:37:55 2005
I tend to agree with Mr. Willison. ;-)
-- "W. Mark Herrick, Jr." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Jeff Pulver makes a good point in a Forbes article
>when he says "I believe it's a matter of when, not
>if" providers start blocking VoIP traffic from
>competitors across their own infrastructure, especially
>on the heels of the Brand X SCOTUS ruling.
>"If I'm a service provider offering my own voice
>over broadband offering, and I've got the ability
>to block my competition, why not?"
Harold Willison, my peer and Director of HSI Transport, Design, and
Engineering at Adelphia, explains exactly why that would not be a fantastic
idea, in the following article:
W. Mark Herrick, Jr.
Director - Data and Network Security - Adelphia Communications
5619 DTC Parkway, Greenwood Village, CO 80111