What free ride?
I've never understood this:
"BT said in an email to the BBC's Radio 4 programme You and Yours that the Corporation and other content owners 'can't expect to continue to get a free ride'"
Can someone explain where the "free ride" is? Don't the BBC (and google, youtube etc) pay for bandwidth at their end? Or do they also get "FREE UNLIMITED AS MUCH AS YOU CAN USE" deals?
If BT are complaining about the bandwidth between ISP and user, surely charging the user for bandwidth would be the solution, and not bitching at the company providing the data that the user wants to access?
Am I missing something?