> On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 9:41 PM, Kingsley G. Morse Jr. <change at nas.com> wrote:
>> I agree, and would like to see a list of
>> alternative ISPs and web hosting companies.
>> So, did anyone miss the bit where they said they'd seek the same
> agreement with other ISPs ?
That doesn't necessarily mean they'll actually get it. Being something
of a pessimist, I kind of expect several other Irish ISPs to cave in
practice, of course, but they mightn't all do so, as per the irish times
Ronan Lupton, chairman of Alto, which represents telecoms operators
other than Eircom, said the agreement “is not one enforceable on the
rest of the industry given the direct nature of the action against Eircom”.
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