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Posted on 12-25-17 02:12 PM Link | ID: 116707

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There's no need for them to make methods to bypass anti-neutrality policies illegal. The ISPs being anti-neutral can simply just slow down your traffic through any services such as VPNs and the like.

or, get a non=shitty ISP

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Posted on 12-25-17 09:37 PM (rev. 2 of 12-25-17 09:37 PM by fiver) Link | ID: 116830

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an ISP that does not take full advantage of Net Neutrality being gone? >_>

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Where should I look for said ISPs?

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theninja1000
Posted on 12-26-17 08:00 PM (rev. 2 of 12-26-17 08:01 PM by theninja1000) Link | ID: 116970

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Posted by fiver
an ISP that does not take full advantage of Net Neutrality being gone? >_>
in the UK, Sky would take that advantage. they charge you like £200+/m for all of their channels, e.g. cable, movies and sport. they also would take advantage of making a new streaming service to throttle Netflix.

I think there is that one ISP in the UK that won't take that advantage, +Net. all they care about is customer satisfaction.

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Plusnet is owned by BT, though.

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Posted by fiver
an ISP that does not take full advantage of Net Neutrality being gone? >_>
in the UK, Sky would take that advantage. they charge you like £200+/m for all of their channels, e.g. cable, movies and sport. they also would take advantage of making a new streaming service to throttle Netflix.

I think there is that one ISP in the UK that won't take that advantage, +Net. all they care about is customer satisfaction.

then don't use Sky, use a non asshole company, problem solved :P

also who says the UK even removes their Net Neutrality, lol. I doubt this spreads like a wildfire, seeing how unpopular it is with people here.

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They're supposed to even be keeping Net Neutrality in UK aren't they?

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Posted on 12-26-17 10:22 PM (rev. 2 of 12-26-17 10:24 PM by theninja1000) Link | ID: 117031

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Posted by fiver
an ISP that does not take full advantage of Net Neutrality being gone? >_>
in the UK, Sky would take that advantage. they charge you like £200+/m for all of their channels, e.g. cable, movies and sport. they also would take advantage of making a new streaming service to throttle Netflix.

I think there is that one ISP in the UK that won't take that advantage, +Net. all they care about is customer satisfaction.

then don't use Sky, use a non asshole company, problem solved :P

also who says the UK even removes their Net Neutrality, lol. I doubt this spreads like a wildfire, seeing how unpopular it is with people here.
There is that small chance it will go, since this country is bothered about the money.

It probably won't be abolished if they're transferring the EU laws into UK laws, unless they figure out which ones they're abolishing. The UK is different to America. Everywhere that has internet (except those rural Welsh/Scottish highland (http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/uks-slowest-street-broadband-locals-11659147)(some English) areas with <1Mbps (125kbps) internet) has at least three ISPs offering services in their area.

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