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Simyo violates net neutrality with block voip’ – update
The Dutch branch of the Internet Society has determined that Simyo VoIP traffic blocks. The organization, which many Internet companies are members, hopes that the Authority Consumer and Market research is going to do. Simyo denies blocking. Voip
Simyo The alleged violation of net neutrality by Simyo was first reported by Macworld and noted with a special app developed. by the Internet Society Through this application online can test whether certain protocols are blocked, which is a violation of net neutrality would be.
In this case the alarm app, hit and then a team of Internet Society has studied blocking VoIP applications such as Skype. That turned out to actually happen, says board member Alexander Blom of the Internet Society opposite Tweakers. “If you are technical enough, you succeed there are in order to set up a working VoIP connection but fails that standard,” said Blom.
During a test of Tweakers with Simyo SIM card finally succeeded to Skype, but it is unknown whether that works with all SIM cards and subscriptions. The general manager of Simyo, Onno van der Poel, denies that Simyo VoIP traffic blocks. “I do not know where that accusation comes from. It may be that it is on the internet speed,” Van der Poel. Various users of Tweakers indicate that it is indeed manage to voipen.
Nevertheless, the organization, which include the interests of the Internet industry promotes and prepares standards, the Authority Consumer and Market tipped. Should it come to a research and Simyo is found guilty, may be fined. It is not known whether there is an investigation, the ACM does not disclose ongoing investigations. Blom says that there will soon be more alleged violation of netneutraliteitwetgeving be announced.
Update, 14:25: Results of test Tweakers and reaction Simyo added.Viewing:-208
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