This could actually bring a whole new meaning to STD.
In particular in Belgium, there are just a few ISP's that do not have any capping. The major ISP's make BIG profit of the users who want to download lets say, more than the 40GB they offer. It's NOT a DRM, it's just another way to squeeze more money from their customers.
Another interpretation could be that the chance of them noticing where the capsules go is higher when you increase the quantity. When the metro is coming, you don't count how many persons there are in the wagon, you just get on the one that has some place left; no arithmetic involved.
Who has the time to read so much text to get convinced a Mac could be cheaper??
Personally, I don't have the time tu submit to this kind of convincing.
If I was an average Joe, I would be convinced enough by M$'s simple ad. Deal with it.
Count their traffic but allow for unlimited downloads during the lowest periods of the day. Everybody would be glad to download torrents during the night and surf the net during the day.
technically it's a dupe.
This still didn't help me to run outlook web access in Firefox the way it runs in IE.
What if we sent the captcha to them by e-mail as a two megabyte image attachment?
Anyone trying to do things with bots would need an e-mail server that can handle tens of thousands of 2 MB e-mails, and ALL e-mail service providers would be able to insta-ban them based on bandwidth usage. Heck we can even make it easy for e-mail service providers to recognize our 2MB capcha e-mail images, by naming them capcha.jpg. Any account that gets more than 10 captcha e-mails in a single day is banned by gmail/yahoo/etc.
I swear, I'm a fucking genius. This only took me 30 seconds to think of.
please give me your email to send you several hundred emails every day. Your 7Gig at google will vanish quite quickly, besides you getting banned for being a spammer... oh wait..
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