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Last Updated 11/2/11 SEO Network Management Practices Policy Disclosure

Pursuant to the Federal Communications Commission's newly enacted Open Internet Rules found in Part 8 of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Com Net, Inc. ( SEO) policies regarding network management practices, performance characteristics, and commercial terms are provided in entirety so that SEO's current customers, prospective customers, third-party content providers and other interested parties can make informed choices regarding the broadband Internet transport services offered by SEO, and the extent SEO's network management practices may affect those services.

Network Management Practices SEO utilizes reasonable network management practices tailored to achieve legitimate network management purposes. By engaging in reasonable and responsible network management, SEO prevents its customers from being subjected to the negative effects of spam, viruses, security attacks and other risks that threaten to degrade service. The network management practices employed by SEO are consistent with industry standards.

Congestion Management SEO does not employ any congestion management tools and/or software on network traffic. SEO maintains sufficient bandwidth to service its customers. SEO employs a standard best effort Internet delivery policy to ensure that any organization, institution or entity connected, directly or indirectly, to SEO's backbone network may exercise choice in lawful Internet content, web-based application and use of SEO or competitor service, including any device which is not harmful to the network.

Network Openness and Fair Use SEO actively engages and encourages open settlement-free peering with providers and operators. SEO's network management policies prohibit the discrimination of legitimate or legal use of network capacity bandwidth by application, source or use of the network. SEO Network does not limit or impose any limitations on users at subscribing organizations to lawfully possess, use, or distribute Internet content.

All of the preceding is subject to the needs of law enforcement. SEO does not favor any lawful Internet applications or content over others, and is committed to enabling competition among network providers, application and service providers, and content providers.