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I'm so glad I don't have ATT. Makes Comcast look a little better.
China,where are thou?
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Re: AT&T openly says it may filter Internet content
Originally Posted by PressCoverage
typical unaccountable capitalist rhetoric... and when all ISPs start doing it, what will your response be then?
I realize you'll say "this is the start, where will it go" but the article does say : "could soon start sniffing your digital packets, looking for material that infringes on someone’s copyright".
Whether some of the stuff should be illegal to download is another issue but arguing that companies shouldn't look for illegal activities being conducted on their hardware/software is a difficult argument.