Re: A summary of How Teksavvy has failed it's customers...
Saying TSI has failed it's customers is like blaming Ford for not defending you against a speeding ticket.
TSI provides a phenomenal service, what you do with that service is not their problem. If you want it to be their problem, then you can expect all kinds of throttling and firewalling to start happening.
You cannot have a wide open unlimited Internet connection and then complain when that very service brings unwanted attention.
I think people need to start taking responsibility for their own actions. If you downloaded the content, you are guilty and it is not TSI's problem. -- Matt
I have no problem defending my actions when it comes to it at the second stage but as my service provide who should safe guard my private information do you think it is too much to question the validity of the claims before disclosure? Have you fully ready and understood the claims or seem any concrete evidence?