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RE: Net Neutrality Legislative Proposal
> Behalf Of Florian Weimer > Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006 6:58 AM > To: Mark Newton > Cc: Seth Johnson; [email protected] > Subject: Re: Net Neutrality Legislative Proposal > > > * Mark Newton: > > > On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 09:39:50AM +0200, Florian Weimer wrote: > > > > > * Mark Newton: > > > > On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 07:58:48AM +0200, Florian Weimer wrote: > > > > > (I've wondered for quite some time if "net > neutrality" implies > > that > > > Ebay or Google must carry third party traffic on their > > corporate > > > networks, by the way.) > > eBay and > Google aren't > > selling transit. > > > > > > Neither is your local cable company. 8-) > > > > Eh? Of course they are. They're selling transit to their > cable modem > > customers, surely? > > Quote from a typical terms of service agreement: > > | (b) Subscriber will not resell the Service, or any portion > thereof, or > | otherwise charge others to use the Service, or any portion thereof. > | The Service is for personal use only, and Subscriber agrees > not to use > | the Service for operation as an Internet Service Provider, > to host web > | sites for other parties or for any other business enterprise or to > | connect the Cable modem to any server or to any computer outside of > | the Subscriber's premises. > | > | (c) Without Time Warner Cable 's prior written approval, Subscriber > | shall not post or transmit through the Service any material that > | constitutes or contains advertising or any solicitation > with respect > | to products or services, nor shall Subscriber transmit bulk e-mail > | without prior written permission from Time Warner Cable. > > IP transit has no such restrictions. > We currently buy ip transit service from Cox Cable. You can also get a buisness cable modem service from them and resell transit on it. Tho this might only apply to the Las Vegas market.