One small step for high bandwidth users, one giant leap for net neutrality.
The FCC has finally ruled that Comcast's limiting actions taken against a "small percentage" of high bandwidth users (users Comcast claims were transferring large amounts of p2p files) were wrong. Agency officials cite the violation of federal policy by "deliberately preventing some customers from sharing videos online via file-sharing services like BitTorrent."
Frankly, its about time somebody cracked down on these crooks. If anybody has dealt with their cable or internet services, you know what I'm talking about.
Full article on wsj.com here.