|Re: Are ISPs Blocking VoIP Calls?|
|John Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
27 Feb 2005 16:03:02 -0000
>> Since VOIP went to great lengths to get unregulated status, I don't|
>> understand why they would have any standing with a regulatory agency.
>> AFAIK, ISPs are not regulated either.
> Please explain what they did to obtain non-regulated status.
They went through widely publicised legal battles with Minnesota and
> Their infrastructure is most certainly regulated as they use Paetec
They've also managed, so far at least, to avoid contributing to USF
In this particular case I agree that they made their bed, so they'd
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