On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 03:16:30PM +0000, kevin lyda wrote:
> one problem i have is that isp's should differentiate between external
> traffic, and traffic inside the isp. people snarfing oodles of data
> from a server inside an isp (squid, ftp server, etc) should get charged
> less then people snarfing oodles of pr0n from outside the isp.
> obviously this doesn't matter for educom.
I've thought of that before, but the bottom line is that if France, Germany,
Spain, Malta (for fsck's sake !), New Zealand can deploy ADSL with no
bandwidth cap at a reasonable price, WTF can't Eircom ? Pure unadulterated
corporate greed, that's why, unfettered by a toothless regulator.
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