By Robert Milligan and Jeffrey Oh

As Internet traffic has exploded in the last decade, Internet Service Providers (ISP) – the companies who build and profit from providing the requisite infrastructure – have had to strategically maintain their networks to satisfy demand under increasingly tightening technological constraints. One way ISPs do this is by employing a practice called “throttling,” or limiting

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