FCC looks into Web traffic jams

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The Federal Commu­nications Commission has conducted two hearings on network management, following Comcast Corp.'s claim that it sometimes delayed file-sharing traffic for subscribers as a way to keep Web traffic flowing. FCC chairman Kevin Martin said that his agency has all the authority it needs to prevent Internet service provid­ers from discriminating against Web surfers and that new legisla­tion is unnecessary.

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