Not every statement that differentiates between sexes is sexism.
Men and women are still physically different and experience different environmental pressures when growing up: this influences their behaviour. That is not sexism, that is reality.
What about the cost of downgrading all those machines they buy to an operating system that isn't officially supported anymore? Running a browser that isn't supported anymore? And the increased risk of using old software with known vulnerabilities?
I do admit those are more hidden costs... just like the cost of those 15 departments not maintaining their apps.
It's a bit like the current financial crisis: you keep adding leverage and keep telling yourself it won't break just yet....
When it does eventually break, there is so much "legacy" that nobody can really determine who's fault is all was... and that suits everybody just fine.
I am no laywer and I am assuming the cap is part of your contract with them, I cannot see how they can keep their definition of bandwidth usage a secret. They are now basically claiming that you are restricted in your usage upto the cap but they refuse to tell you what the cap actually *means*. Without clear understanding of how usage is measured, the number of the cap is meaningless.
So you are subject to provions in a contract that you are not allowed to know. It would surprise me very much if they could hold that up in court...
First, they look at it differently: each second hand sale is a sale they earn no money from. They consider that a lost sale. This is debatable.
Second, you make the assumption that you payed for unlimited service for an unlimited time. In practice, however you have a limited amount of time you can play games and a limited amount of time you are willing to spend on this particular game. This is calculated into the price of the game. Each second hand gamer increases this particular amount of time per original sale of the game and thus increases service costs.
In the end, a second hand sale is not only a sale that does not bring in money, it actually costs them money.
The fact that I live within 10km from the nearest nuclear plant probably doesn't hurt either...