peering

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peering

An agreement between two networks to accept each other's data packets and forward them. The Internet is a combination of public and private peering. See IXP and Tier 1 network.
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[At the moment] security researchers report sites but get no response," she said.<p>Researchers would complain about rogue ISPs and find that it was taking months to get them de-peered or even investigated, mainly because it was not the responsibility of any individual body to carry out such investigation.<p>Global regulation looks to be a nearly impossible task in today's Internet, though more informal action by ISPs could still form part of the answer.