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Re: Comcast using IPS to protect the Internet from their home user clients?
From: Luke Scharf <lscharf () aoe vt edu>
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 18:11:50 -0500

On Wed, 2004-03-10 at 16:58, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
"Freedom of the press" doesn't mean you get to use everyone's press
for free, or that everyone gets a free press.  Comcast is entirely
within their right to cut people off as clients or from the net or
both.  It's their wires.

And the customer has the right to not give the ISP their hard earned

Although the waters are somewhat if ComCast is like the average cell
phone company and asks that you agree to give them a certain amount of
money in order to get the service...  But, if those terms aren't
acceptable, then why sign up for the service in the first place?

Anyway, back to work for me.


Luke Scharf, Systems Administrator
Virginia Tech Aerospace and Ocean Engineering

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