Cisco was caught out last week offering ways for firms to slow down rivals' Internet access.
According to Reuters, a Cisco brochure touted product features that would allow cable operators to slow down access to competitors' Web sites, while boosting the speed of access to partners' content.
"In the wrong hands, if operators have the wrong policies, this can go wrong," admitted Bruce Nelson, Cisco's chief technology officer. "It's good this came out: the industry and regulators need to look at it."
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