Nokia has set out to stop the VoIP net-neutrality trend by launching a platform allowing communication operators (phone companies) to block VoIP and other specific types of data services, i.e. peer-to-peer systems. The ability is enabled via a platform upgrade to Nokia’s Flexi Intelligent Service Node or (ISN). With the explosion of VoIP and now mobile VoIP with affordable high-speed data access we’ll see more of this as telecomm tries to control their network traffic loads and their return on investment. Damn.