Post Tagged with: "vuze"

Vuze Study Finds P2P Users Are Hollywood’s Best Customers

Vuze has released a new survey it commissioned that found that P2P users attend more movies, rent more movies, and purchase more DVDs than general Internet users (hat tip: Ars Technica).

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June 4, 2009 5 comments Must Reads

CBC Covers Net Neutrality Developments

CBC.ca continues its great coverage of the net neutrality issue with stories on the open letter by Charlie Angus and the Vuze report on Cogeco.

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April 22, 2008 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Vuze Study Points To P2P Interference From Cogeco

While Bell and Rogers have attracted much of the Canadian net neutrality attention in recent weeks, a study conducted Vuze, an online video site that uses the BitTorrent protocol, has placed another Canadian provider – Cogeco – in the spotlight.  To better track ISP network management techniques, Vuze created a […]

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April 21, 2008 19 comments News