BGP route leak sends European mobile traffic via China

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European data traffic re-routed via China last week
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European data traffic re-routed via China last week

Yet another BGP hijack by China Telecom routes internet traffic of several European mobile operators via China

A major 'routing leak' at a data centre in Switzerland caused the re-routing of European mobile traffic through China Telecom for more than two hours - and not for the first time.  More than 70,...

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