reply to steve1515
Re: And P2P users will ramp up their VPNs
said by steve1515:Hopefully, the same way any other expanding business would. If more people start signing up with VPN services, the companies running them would be getting more revenue, which will allow them to purchase additional and/or more powerful equipment and more bandwidth.
I'll agree with that. Not sure how those BT VPN services can handle the load they have (or will have).
What could be more problematic is getting such insane amounts of bandwidth to third-world countries to support this. Although as of right now logging may not be required in the US, Western Europe or the rest of the "civilized" world, my guess that as VPN popularity grows, it is only a matter of time before it will be. So running and/or using these services based out of the above-listed countries is pointless. They will need to be set up in third-world countries that do not have treaties with the above nor have any reason to cooperate. The trouble with these countries is that they are not they are way behind the times when it comes to broadband penetration compared to civilized world.
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