If the FCC outlaws traffic shaping of torrent traffic and others like it who will it really hurt? It's not going to hurt the mega huge billion dollar ISPs in the long run. It will hurt the remaining small ISPs and wISPs that can't afford to just throw more money at more bandwidth.
If the FCC outlaws traffic shaping of torrent traffic and others like it who will it really hurt?
Everybody who likes having SPAM filtered out of their email inbox and having Denial of Service mitigation.
There's been broad statements made that traffic should not be interfered with in any way. I just hope that in the process of trying to correct the perceived ethical overreaches of some offending companies that they don't screw everyone in the process. There's some traffic I want an ISP to interfere with.