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Here’s why internet connectivity in SA could be dealt a severe blow

A decision by pan-African telecommunications service provider Seacom to implement selective internet peering in South Africa could drive internet connectivity in the country “back to the Middle Ages”, experts have warned.  The announcement earlier this month that Seacom has ceased its open policy for peering – the process by which individual internet networks connect and exchange traffic – prevents the free exchange of internet traffic between service providers.

Read the article over at The South African:  Here’s why internet connectivity in SA could be dealt a severe blow

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