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“The only way to save the Internet from the coming "exaflood," the report concludes, is to pay more federal money to the likes of AT&T and let them gut Net Neutrality protections so they can fix the problem.”
“The IIA has been pushing the idea of a looming 'exaflood' for some time, with the primary goal being industry deregulation," writes Karl at Broadband Reports.”
“He explained this paradigm as an evolving era in which an "exaflood" of observational data was threatening to overwhelm scientists.”
“Bandwidth has become dirt cheap; despite the fear-mongering about the "exaflood" and the "zettaflood" and (presumably) the "yottaflood," bandwidth costs drop significantly every year.”
“- We've frequently discussed and debunked the "exaflood," a term coined by the same think tank that brought you intelligent design, created in part to justify a shift to metered billing and decreased regulation in the sector.”
“The internet: Predictions that an "exaflood" of traffic will overload the internet have been doing the rounds.”
“- While telco lobbyists (or paid "think tank" commenters) have a long history of pushing the totally bogus concept of an "exaflood" of traffic that will take down the internet, more recently they've been pushing this idea of "bandwidth hogs.”
“While telco lobbyists (or paid "think tank" commenters) have a long history of pushing the totally bogus concept of an "exaflood" of traffic that will take down the internet, more recently they've been pushing this idea of "bandwidth hogs.”
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