reply to battleop
Re: u think u won the battal
said by battleop:In some cases, you won't have a choice, unless you consider completely disconnecting from the Internet or going back to dial-up as one of the options.
But you will continue to support ISPs that participate?
In my case, I can go with either Verizon (either FiOS or DSL) or Cablevision (Optimum Online). AFAIK, both of them have signed up for this "initiative". Surely, you can try wireless, but two of the carriers (Verizon and AT&T) are also on board with this, the rest are either slow or capped/throttled.
Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no lies...
A MESSAGE to the RIAA and the MPAA: You shouldn't wound what you can't kill...
"In some cases, you won't have a choice,"
You always have a choice. It may not be the exact choice but there is a choice.
I do not, have not, and will not work for AT&T/Comcast/Verizon/Charter or similar sized company.
Of course one always has a choice. But in today's ISP environment, that choice is rarely if ever an optimal choice. That's the unfortunate nature of colluding oligopolies who generate extra-legal, anti-consumer policy like this.
Too bad for the consumer.