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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, Jun 13, 2008.
you have to love google when they do stuff like this!
sounds good. i won't complain about it so long as it actually works without too much interruption.
This can only be a good thing.
Hopefully it'll give the UK ISPs a good kick up the backside as well
The more users know the better to fight entrenched and out-dated ways of thinking and business models
Yes, BT, you
do you think something like this will be USA only, or does it have potential to work in other contries?
Excellent work by Google. Their slogan "do no evil" is being foisted upon the ISPs, whether they want it or not I was seriously thinking why Apple hasn't jumped on this, as the ISPs (who are now in bed with Cable Networks; i.e. Comcast) are directly competing with them for content. Thus, all an ISP would have to do is throttle bandwidth to services like iTunes, Rhapsody, YouTube, etc., and all of a sudden the extra $20/month for the ISPs own "Media Package" starts to look good to the consumer.
Google may sell our (thankfully anonymous) marketing data to anyone with a few bucks to spare, but they actually are our friend. Thanks for yet another great gift from Google!
they are our 'friend' right now. but remember this is in their best interests, which is why they're fighting for net neutrality (which i believe in, and agree with too btw). but it google didn't have a stake in making sure that the 'net was open you bet they wouldn't go out of their way.
It is because of news like this that my admiration for google continues to increase.