Originally published: December 10, 2010
Last updated: December 10, 2010 - 9:55pm
In a posting on the company’s Public Policy Blog last week, AT&T’s Bob Quinn, who handles federal regulatory issues, wrote that “spin is both king and queen” when it comes to Level 3’s claim that Comcast is violating net neutrality rules by terminating its free traffic exchange agreement with the service provider.
“Those who keep trying, deliberately or inadvertently, to maintain that the Level 3 and Comcast disagreement is ‘just a peering dispute’ rather than a blatant attempt by Comcast to leverage a dominant position in the residential Internet access market are missing the point, no matter how loudly and how often they try to distract from this central issue,” replied Level 3.
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