Why We Need Network Neutrality 2

Vonage, the leading independent US VOIP provider, has complained to the FCC that a broadband access provider is blocking the ports it uses to provide service.

I and others have been raising concerns for some time that broadband platform owners will use their control of the physical and logical layers of the network to preclude innovation and competition at higher layers. We’ve been told this is a fantasy, and that no broadband provider would have an incentive to do so. Maybe we were right.