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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37nfG8m0XzQ

so for anyone who has bad connection just watch in 240p
otherwise what they mostly talk about is the fact that big isps are fighting each other and drives up prices like crazy, maybe they are fighting for ultimate control, one big internet company?
networks arent being expanded so too many peoples connections in the same place slows it all down
thus they cut bandwidth to deal with it, or throttle you

of course this isnt the solution, should be expanding network infrastructure to handle so much connections
theres more to it but i didnt bother watching everything

my connection isnt that good either jealoussmiley.gif
Edited by DrClaw - 3/7/14 at 12:27pm
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Can't get on YT at the moment... care to provide a bit more info?
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This isn't news. Even as a video it's more of an editorial.
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Moved, this is editorialized content about previously known facts, hence it's not news.

Also, OP, when posting news you have to identify the source in brackets in the thread title, like this:

[YT / Tek Syndicate] ISPs Want To Destroy The Internet: Spread This Message So We Can Stop Them


Thanks.
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Can't get on YT at the moment... care to provide a bit more info?

i edited my post for you
Edited by DrClaw - 3/7/14 at 12:28pm
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When it comes to internet connection, if your paying for 30 down and 15 up for example I think they should have to give it to you with the throttling because your paying for a certain speeds you should get them not what they feel like giving you.
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When it comes to internet connection, if your paying for 30 down and 15 up for example I think they should have to give it to you with the throttling because your paying for a certain speeds you should get them not what they feel like giving you.

They give you a service and it's capitalism for them to be able to charge what they want at the end of a contract with the terms and conditions that they choose. Don't like it? Don't buy it
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They give you a service and it's capitalism for them to be able to charge what they want at the end of a contract with the terms and conditions that they choose. Don't like it? Don't buy it
e problem is it doesn't matter what ISP they all do it
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They give you a service and it's capitalism for them to be able to charge what they want at the end of a contract with the terms and conditions that they choose. Don't like it? Don't buy it

oh please you should know they should be expanding the network, the infrastructure to handle the bandwidth instead of resorting to throttling users
sure they can charge whatever they want but at the end of the day, they fight other isp's, small ones and throttle instead of fixing the network up to handle all the bandwidth

my isp doesnt do this but i dont really use up my bandwidth anyway,
Also bandwidth is not a tangible thing, its unlimited so to speak until you get major slowdowns because too many people are using the network than the network can handle so you get throttled and the big companies cheap out on and screw you this way
instead of responsibly improving their services, looks like internet in north america has devolved.

nice capitalsim
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oh please you should know they should be expanding the network, the infrastructure to handle the bandwidth instead of resorting to throttling users
sure they can charge whatever they want but at the end of the day, they fight other isp's, small ones and throttle instead of fixing the network up to handle all the bandwidth

my isp doesnt do this but i dont really use up my bandwidth anyway,
Also bandwidth is not a tangible thing, its unlimited so to speak until you get major slowdowns because too many people are using the network than the network can handle so you get throttled and the big companies cheap out on and screw you this way
instead of responsibly improving their services, looks like internet in north america has devolved.

nice capitalsim

Well first, bandwidth is infinitely far away from unlimited, but there is a lot of it. And furthermore, the internet caps are actually pretty hard to reach, even for an above average user. The only people reaching the caps are people with unnecessarily large libraries of internet porn, torrent seeders, and people who stream and download 4k videos 12 hours of the day. Maybe some extreme cloud computing guys can also reach that, but these caps are designed for the top 1% of users that, quite frankly, I don't care about, and neither should you considering you don't break the cap.

They should have to pay more if they use way more bandwidth than everyone else. Furthermore, it's not nearly as simple as just "increasing the infrastructure." Infrastructure takes huge cash investments and a lot of motivation. Perhaps some of the cost savings from these caps will allow the company to invest more in infrastructure

And captialism isn't always nice and full of kitties and rainbows. It has flaws like all economic systems, but it's the most reliable one out there.
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