What would a Google-Verizon Internet pact really be about?

08/8/2010 | eWeek.com

If an agreement between Google and Verizon regarding Net neutrality comes to fruition, it would be about prioritizing certain kinds of traffic, such as video and voice, that suffer because of undue latency. This agreement would not be a financial deal, Wayne Rash writes, noting it more likely would be "an agreement in principle that network providers should be allowed to honor the priorities set for streaming traffic, as long as they do it for everybody."

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