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Comment: Re:Oh no! (Score 1) 273

by quizzicus (#37501496) Attached to: EA's New User Agreement Bans Lawsuits
Don't worry, you can sue them for unlimited amounts for IP, piracy and unauthorized use charges. You know, because they want to make sure you don't have to give that up:

The only disputes that are not covered by this Section 17 are the following:

1. a claim to enforce or protect, or concerning the validity of, any of your or EA’s (or any of EA’s licensors’) intellectual property rights;
2. a claim related to, or arising from, allegations of theft, piracy, or unauthorized use;

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+ - FCC Rules Against Comcast P-to-P Throttling->

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CWmike writes "In a big win for net neutrality advocates, the FCC has ordered Comcast to stop interfering with peer-to-peer traffic on its broadband network. FCC Chairman Kevin Martin, a Republican, joined the commission's two Democrats to approve the order. "Would you be OK with the post office opening your mail, deciding they didn't want to bother delivering it, and hiding that fact by sending it back to you stamped, 'address unknown — return to sender?'" Martin said. "Or, if they opened letters mailed to you, decided that because the mail truck is full sometimes, letters to you could wait, and then hid both that they read your letters and delayed them? Unfortunately, that is exactly what Comcast was doing with their subscribers' Internet traffic." Comcast must stop slowing P-to-P traffic by the end of the year, and come up with a new network management plan. If Comcast refuses, the company could be subject to an injunction and other regulatory penalties."
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+ - SPAM: FCC Rules Against Comcast P-to-P Throttling

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narramissic writes "In a win for net neutrality advocates, the FCC has ordered Comcast to stop interfering with peer-to-peer traffic on its broadband network, saying the cable provider was 'invasive' in its traffic management. Comcast's slowing of BitTorrent and other P-to-P traffic was 'discriminatory and not narrowly tailored to address Comcast's concern about network congestion,' said FCC member Michael Copps."
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