It's been talked about for *years*
People have said the ISP's *know* whose generating stupid amounts of traffic.
So it looks like *finally* one of them in the UK has decided to stand out a bit from the crowd and *do* something about it.
Plugging their service at the same time does seem pretty patronizing.
But then again the *fact* you've been infected does not really say much for your sense of internet security, does it?
Most of the UK's major ISP's seems to do a damm lot of traffic shaping/flow control etc already. It's about time uses got *some* benefit from all that unofficial snooping.
Cautious thumbs up *provided* they don't get a load of stupid *false* positives.