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I guess they want to allow faster speed so that webpages load quicker and such. Another way to approach that would be to throttle at 256kbps or so, but allow bursting for a few seconds to a higher speed.
My company was getting false / bulk / spam DMCA requests starting in 2002 from major companies. Started to cause major problems with my hosting company because they were getting tired of forwarding all the messages.
I really think there needs to be a repercussion for sending in false and especially bulk / automated DMCA spam.
Yeah I think if someone would make a android mp3 player with a 2TB 2.5" laptop drive, and the same battery saving caching technology that the original iPod had that might be a killer device for DJs and a few other types of people.