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Fighting illegal net use by imposing download limits

I was away in Cambridge last night ... and St Neots tonight. On line via a hotel's wireless connection, and limited to 150 Mbytes of traffic for my session. I've always felt that these hotel limits are agressively low - if I need to grab (say) a fresh download of J2EE, I'll have used up most of my allocation in a single operation.

Why have such a tight limit? Could it be because there's a big hotel on a single broadband link and they want to share fairly? Could it be because they want you to buy another package, and another and another if you use up the resource? No - I had a look at the FAQ last night, and it tells me that they impose the limit to actively discourage the illegal sharing of music via peer to peer systems, and the downloading of illicit film clips.
(written 2006-08-09, updated 2006-08-11)

 
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  [1349] Cash is not an acceptable way of paying - (2007-09-13)
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  [1783] Think before you send - (2008-09-02)
  [1839] Job application - (2008-10-13)
  [1862] Remember your units - (2008-10-31)
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  [3013] Audio equipment - (2010-10-24)
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