In an effort to identify traffic discrimination by American ISPs, Google is prepping a suite of network analysis tools for everyday broadband users.
"We're trying to develop tools, software tools...that allow people to detect what's happening with their broadband connections, so they can let [ISPs] know that they're not happy with what they're getting — that they think certain services are being tampered with," Google senior policy director Richard Whitt said during a panel discussion.
Read full story: The Register
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|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
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