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Thank you, Comcast.

On Fri, 26 Feb 2016 10:52:55 -0500, Jay Nugent said:

>     However, if a 'provider' wishes to block ANYTHING, then they need to
> inform the customer IN WRITING exactly what will be blocked so that
> customer doesn't waste their time and money with said (limited) service
> and vote with their wallet by buying *real* Internet service, elsewhere.

Which is only an option in those rare places where there's actual real
competition.  In most places, it's a monopoly, or a non-functional
duopoly (Let's face it - how many users will protest a 10M cable connection
with 4 ports punched out by moving to 768K DSL?)
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