[linux-elitists] Brett Glass speaks out against Net Neutrality
Thu Jul 31 09:30:11 PDT 2008
I mistaken top-posted and sent a reply only to Nick...
Of course, my excuse is: I was drunk on laughing at Brett Glass.
On Thu, 2008-07-31 at 15:56 +0100, Teh Entar-Nick wrote:
> > Lariat, a small provider of wireless broadband service in Laramie,
> > Wyo., blocks any use of direct file sharing -- called peer-to-peer --
> > because such traffic overwhelms the network, the company said.
> > "If we didn't do this, we'd go out of business," said Brett Glass,
> > Lariat's owner.
NO WAY! Not the Brett "BSD licensing is the only way to support
business, henceforth the GPL is EVUL" Glass from days of yore and
associated with InfoWorld!?
Interesting, he is *STILL* all for things that force/cause other people
to give up stuff to satisfy his own needs.
Of course: YMMV
Where is Nic Petreley when you need him to slap Brett Glass down again!
Better yet, where is Sandy Reed to save the day with "NT is the
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