Money can't buy you bandwidth

INTERNET service providers in the US may be banned from setting aside vast chunks of internet bandwidth for high-paying customers, leaving everyone else with a second-class service. All data traffic has equal priority now, but the US’s major ISPs have been eyeing the revenue they could reap from tiered internet charges. The US Telecoms Association argues that websites delivering high-bandwidth services like online gaming should pay a premium for high-speed traffic and guaranteed bandwidth. However, the Internet Nondiscrimination Act 2006, a draft bill introduced last week by Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon,
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