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* I, for one, welcome our new corporate overlords"
I would like a home networking solution whereby his P2P traffic can be throttled down whenever other traffic comes through. I see a parallel here with CPU scheduling where batch jobs run with lower priority than interactive processes. It would be great if the solution would work with a standard WiFi/wired router (I think we are using a Buffalo router). Any ideas?"
The band fired back saying, "This, of course, troubles us as artists but also as citizens concerned with the issue of censorship and the increasingly consolidated control of the media. What happened to us this weekend was a wake-up call, and it's about something much bigger than the censorship of a rock band."
Other public interest groups have used this censorship as an argument for net-neutrality.
Ars Technica has more. What do slashdotters think?"
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