ill Horne wrote:
THAT was not democratic behavior and Comcast will be bashed rightly
I, a Comcast customer, support the idea of limiting the abuse of the
bandwidth simply because I use part of that bandwidth. At the moment
this is the only way to have a remotely "Fair" distribution.
As an analogy, London now charges a toll on vehicles entering the
city core. This practice will spread.
Net Neutrality sounds simple AND democratic. But it is not as simple
as it would appear. The Backbone should be net neutral, but the last
mile should be subject to bandwidth restrictions. I suspect there
are some gray areas in between.
This rant sounds a tad paranoid to me.
I use CallVantage and have used the [old] Comcast phone service. There
was a LOT OF GRIEF switching!
Very True - too bad the anti-trust laws have been circular filed!
You are right again: it is a red herring.
What should we do?