q&a BitTorrent's CEO wants to make peace with cable operator Comcast.
The two companies have been at opposite ends of a raging debate over how network operators should manage their networks. Last year, Comcast admitted that it had been "throttling" or slowing down Internet traffic using a peer-to-peer protocol originally created by BitTorrent's founder Bram Cohen. The cable operator argued it had targeted the protocol because the peer-to-peer traffic was overwhelming its network resources.
The situation has ignited a firestorm of protest from broadband subscribers and Net neutrality supporters who say that Comcast has … Read more