Researcher: encourage more, not less Internet traffic

Companies like Comcast and Bell Canada talk about drowning in data even as dire reports about "exafloods" warn of the consequences of continued Internet traffic growth. But new research out of the University of Minnesota finds that Internet traffic growth rates are stagnant or falling, even as transmission prices plummet. Perhaps now is the time for carriers to think about stimulating demand rather than throttling it.

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