frontpage - 9:54 pm on Dec 21, 2010 (gmt 0)
Higher costs - too damn right, if you want bandwidth you should pay for it not expect somebody else to pick up the tab.
You missed the point.
Most of us are already paying for bandwidth which we never consume. Now, we will have to pay a second fee to access certain websites.
Want to watch Youtube, pay extra. Want to check Facebook, pay extra.
These are fees additional to your 20Mb/s internet bill.
This is equivolent of paying for telephone service and you don't use more than 300 minutes per month. Yet if you call a certain friend, you will be charged an extra fee by your phone company despite not using more minutes.
Privacy Complaints? Forget it, stick a fork in them.
Allot and Openet use multiple methods to figure out what you’re looking at including “methods like heuristic analysis, behavioral and historical analysis, deep packet inspection, and a number of other techniques.”