BT is all very well, but I picked up the DVDs from Tescos for under 7 quid in 2001...
the kids love 'em.
30 posts • joined 29 Nov 2007
down here in the arse end of the internet (NZ) we've always had data caps - either as described in the article for cable plans, or more commonly for DSL having your speed cut down to dialup speeds when you go over your cap.
I wouldn't have thought this would take off in a country that has almost unlimited choice and so customers will just change to a provider that still offers all-you-can-eat plans.
icon, cos it's obvious what the 5% are doing :D
When a hammerdrill + a bench vice = ~$100-150 (if that)
OK - might take slightly longer than a minute per drive, but at that price you could buy two, and hire two monkeys.... err.. I mean students to do it.
Not Paris, 'cos I wouldn't want to drill her, even for $11,500
The reason the R I Ass. A can 'track' you is when you get assigned an IP address it's time/date stamped in a log.... along with a bunch of other useful info.....
So they say at time/date blah, this IP address STOLE OUR MUSIC!!!! and then go to the ISP and see that at time that email@example.com was connected with that IP address...
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