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limited inernet??...fighting for whats right

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http://stopvirgin.movielol.org/

using stumble upon i came across this website. read it and watched the video and it really got me thinking what if it did come down to company's tryin to limit what ppl have worked so hard to build i kn i wouldnt stand for that and all you really have to do to help is just to pass the word along i kn time warner is tryin to do what virgin is tryin to do and ill be damed if im gonna have ppl limiting what i do so they can make a few extra bucks screw dat all these rich fucks want is more money screw dat they dont have a right of turning our means of communication into there next pay check. all you have to do is pass the word along and help a worthy cause.

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These people have made a few videos. and what they were talking about will never happen. They made one saying the internet will work like your cable, or sat. where you get access to a limited # of websites, if you want more you pay more. Its total BS, and this video is total BS.

Website operators will just say fuck you to ISP's that do that. And they will block all traffic to and from that ISP.

Its all big ISP's that will say anything to get some press. In the real world it will never work. Comcast tried this with bittorrent and it didn't last very long. If a major ISP started throttling website, they would loose a ton of there subscribers.

They are trying to double dip. They say "wait your getting a free ride on our connections" to webmasters, but thats not true, web masters actually pay for bandwidth. even when most ISP's don't even pay for bandwidth.

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These people have made a few videos. and what they were talking about will never happen. They made one saying the internet will work like your cable, or sat. where you get access to a limited # of websites, if you want more you pay more. Its total BS, and this video is total BS.

Website operators will just say fuck you to ISP's that do that. And they will block all traffic to and from that ISP.

Its all big ISP's that will say anything to get some press. In the real world it will never work. Comcast tried this with bittorrent and it didn't last very long. If a major ISP started throttling website, they would loose a ton of there subscribers.

They are trying to double dip. They say "wait your getting a free ride on our connections" to webmasters, but thats not true, web masters actually pay for bandwidth. even when most ISP's don't even pay for bandwidth.

Agreed. They would lose customers left and right, it would be a nightmare for them. They would try no doubt, but it would be a bust.. Not to mention the amount of work they would have to do to implement something like this... just for it to fail ..  doesn't seem to feasible to me.

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Internet providers are forsure starting to sweat. With more and more getting broadband, Thoes speeds getting faster and faster, The backbone can only cary and handle so much. When The whole net thing started comming together they never dreamed of the current speeds.

Now if we can just get SHUG to stop downloading porn there may not be a urgent need to fix the issue, Until then, they will forsure have to get something done.  :haha:

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Internet providers are forsure starting to sweat. With more and more getting broadband, Thoes speeds getting faster and faster, The backbone can only cary and handle so much. When The whole net thing started comming together they never dreamed of the current speeds.

Now if we can just get SHUG to stop downloading porn there may not be a urgent need to fix the issue, Until then, they will forsure have to get something done.  :haha:

Yeah, they may just end up making a bigger backbone.

As to shug just stand in line, no one has been able to stop him yet.  :grin:

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