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AT&T Starts Throttling Heavy Wireless Data Users 158

Posted by Soulskill
from the keeping-a-promise dept.
tekgoblin writes "AT&T has started tossing out warnings for users that fall into the top 5% of data users on their wireless network. AT&T announced this change back in July and is now starting to actually enforce it."
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AT&T Starts Throttling Heavy Wireless Data Users

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  • As a BOFH (Score:3, Funny)

    by dkleinsc (563838) on Saturday October 01, 2011 @06:07PM (#37579722) Homepage

    There are plenty of times when I'd like to throttle my lusers. Usually, though, I just solve the problem by changing the DNS resolution for their bank to a Russian phishing site, and following it up with planting some nice illegal content in their network share and calling the authorities when I "discover" it.

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