Bumping Your Head Against Comcast Data Caps
On September 5, 2008 I wrote an article — Comcast Kills the Internets – explaining, in detail, why Comcast’s broadband data cap of 250 gigs a month was a terrible idea set to freeze us all in their time and space for what we can and cannot do on the internet in the future. Today, less than three years later, that prediction has horrifically come true. When I read in Ozymandias that a user had been cut off from Comcast broadband and given a one year death penalty, I was alarmed, because I knew my concern had come true. I checked “Users & Settings” on the Comcast website to check my account and broadband usage.
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