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Re: [newtech-1] Comcast's proposed download bandwidth caps

From: Michael M.
Sent on: Monday, May 12, 2008 9:16 PM
Hopefully there will be enough competition that no one can control it.
 The phone and cable companies can fight over the pipe.  WiMax will
hopefully get here soon and we'll have a third option.

HBO is reported to be close to signing with Apple to put their shows on iTunes.


Cable is expensive.  It shouldn't be too hard to get people to drop
it.  It costs me around $80/month for my package and I pay some crazy
amount for my broadband.


On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 9:33 PM, Craig Wood <[address removed]> wrote:
> So the question is how does the public lay claim to the pipes under imminent
> domain and make a regulated utility out of the cable companies?
> -Craig

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