ZouBisouBisou asked about 2 months ago

Should ISP's be regulated as utility companies? https://www.theverge.com/2020/11/23/21591420/comcast-cap-data-1-2tb-home-users-internet-xfinity

ZouBisouBisou

Should ISP's be regulated as utility companies? https://www.theverge.com/2020/11/23/21591420/comcast-cap-data-1-2tb-home-users-internet-xfinity

Low prices sometimes reel me in anyways.

1.2 TB?! That's huge for me tbh. The speed and quality of the Internet services here are so bad that I couldn't reach that limit even if I downloaded 24/7. ISPs here have been doing the same for years. You buy a so-called "unlimited" service but after you

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no

Ajit Pai is the director of the FCC, no? His agenda seems to be ISPs to fuck customers and give ISPs opportunity to do so and smile dirty at the situation. Remove him from office and bring his corrupt conduct to the courts.

Didn't read the article, but yes. I think the only reason they're not is that the concept of the internet and ISPs is relatively new and sneaked up on us.

You have to be hammering some serious HD/4K video to get close 1.2 TB, but watch the cap creep down over time...anyway yeah, ideally more municipalities should be going in the direction of public broadband instead of allowing Comcast and the like to plunde

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