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Czech regulator issues traffic management rules

Monday 23 December 2013 | 12:10 CET | News
Czech regulator CTU has published new rules for operators using traffic management techniques. The rules and recommendations for internet service providers are based on the government's digital economy plan, Digital Czech 2.0. The rules prohibit ISPs from slowing or blocking services in such a way that the contracted speed and bandwidth is impacted, nor can they can discriminate against certain content, applications or services delivered over the network. Exceptions are allowed in certain cases, such as in order to prevent serious crime or disruptions to the network. In any other cases,

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Czech Republic
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