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January 14, 2010


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Ken Allen

Does 8x8 have any legal recourse if someone has deliberately interfered with the routing of their traffic? It sounds like this Tier 1 ISP has deliberately "screwed" with their routing to either (1) prove a point they own the 'highway', or (2) because they could be trying to shake companies down to pay for access to their 'highway'. Seems to be along the lines of what Comcast has done in the past and what they're in a legal dispute with the FCC about.


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