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June 5, 2009

Entanet says broadband monitoring has a price


by David Allen

The UK based wholesale broadband and voice data comms provider is warning that laws and rules which force internet service providers to monitor all of their customers internet activities, will not only add to the cost of running the network, but could also have an effect on the overall performance.

Not only will ISPs have to cope with the cost and performance issues, there is bound to be a negative response from their own customers.

In order for an ISP to be able to monitor every single piece of information that flows through its system, it will have to invest in new software and technology.

Whatever way this is viewed, the ISPs are looking at increased costs for no return on their investments.

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