peering, derivatives, and big brother
ken at sizone.org
Sun Dec 12 12:39:28 CST 2010
On Sun, Dec 12, 2010 at 01:36:08PM -0500, Jeff Wheeler said:
>A read through this New York Times article on derivatives clearing,
>and the exclusivity that big banks seek to maintain, would look very
>much like an article on large-scale peering, to someone who is not
>expert in both topics. The transit-free club and the "derivatives
>dealers club" may have other similarities in the future, and it's
>worth watching how further government regulation develops in this
>area. It may lead to insight into how government might eventually
>regulate ISPs seeking to become settlement-free.
dont think so. 'cyber' is a panicword, results in way different regulations.
also, the top player's influences through backchannels on the regulation process would be
vastly different in those two industries.
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