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+ - New Comcast plan has 'disconnect user' option-> 1

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newtley writes "Comcast's new people, not protocols scheme may mean high speed for some, but by no means all. It's also created a draconian 'disconnect' option for use against anyone who fails to toe the Comcast line. But, says Robb Topolski, the Net protocol expert who originally uncovered Comcast's blatant efforts to control its customers, the plan does offer key take-aways telling P2P users on Comcast how to do what they do without the risk of corporate interference."
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  • I can by no means say that Comcast does not have every right to do whatever they want to with their own network, no matter how wrong or moronic. What I can say is that this should qualify as a breach of contract, and therefore qualify for termination of service if these users desire.

    One subscribing to a home service must always remember that home service is run on a quality known as "Best Effort". This means Comcast will do its best to deliver your data at the speeds you have subscribed for. The method

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