Goodbye free anime!
This means that you'll need to pay atleast 50$ per month to watch Kill la Kill.
Didn't we just have this stupid thread?
It means that Crunchyroll will need to pay for its customers to watch Kill la Kill.
>That wonderful feel when not an amerifat
>In its ruling against the FCC’s rules, the court said that such restrictions are not needed in part because consumers have a choice in which ISP they use.
I though most Americans don't have that option though.
>Implying I need to pay to torrent my anime
So, either one of the following is the result:
>Some ISPs continue to not give a fuck because they're not shit
>All ISPs are forced to be harsh to every customer
The latter is obviously an exaggeration, but still. The fuck are they trying to say?
A lot of people who live in low population areas are stuck with shit like Comcast. The ruling is partially based on a belief that is in fact total bullshit.
Pick only one.
We already had this thread, baka. Not even anime related, neither was the last one.
>Not even anime related
You're literally retarded.
ISPs can have total control over what they let you see and what they dont want you to see. That gives them freedom to shit over competition and to charge to access websites ala cable TV
Well, it wasn't me who started it this time.
>Kill lel kill
'kidding though. This sucks.
That's the fucking joke. Those guys can't be more sell out.
The option is usually one good modern internet provider and dial up and those are your only choices.
I already pay for my internet. So, whats the difference.
>such restrictions are not needed in part because consumers have a choice in which ISP they use
This is /g/ material.
>I already pay for my internet
That's what you think
>Not anime related
Except it effects your viewing of anime, faglord.
>They can go to another broadband provider if they want to reach particular edge providers or if their connections to particular edge providers have been degraded.
Haha, oh wow. These guys couldn't be more out of touch if they tried. From a practical perspective, this probably wouldn't really impact anyone but streamfags. It may take a little longer to download shit, but I get what I pay for.
Your internet provider can choose to throttle your connection to certain servers if they feel like it for any reason now and it's not illegal.
For example they could keep pages from loading that are related to a competitors services or throttle your connection to something that they think uses too much bandwith
Well at least I have options if something happens...
>only providers are AT&T and Time Warner
Wait no I'm fucked.
Read the thread, you lazy piece of shit.
Yeah but its still more /g/ related.
I did and I don't see how this shit affects nyaa and 4chan.
Google Fiber please save us.
Dam I hope this gets challenged in court again.
This is American shit only, I don't start up threads complaining that the riots outside my house are interfering with my internet lines.
>Implying any ISP wants to give their customers any reason to even consider switching to another company.
But I don't live in murrika?
Ideally, an ISP would arise that would steal service away from the tyrannical ones.
But that won't happen because most ISPs have regional monopolies and only a few limited areas actually have any kind of choice in the matter.
The internet is being turned from a global network into a feudal morass. Why? Because there are more profit opportunities that way and content is more easily controlled.
>Wanting to sign up to the botnet
Does any of this apply to Canada?
We're already getting fuck with our internet.
>tfw you're not a amerifat
This might ripple out into other countries as well since. Keep that in mind.
Hello my name is Comcast and Fuck You
>Implying you have any other options[
Good thing I live in a country where the Internet flows free.
At least they won't throttle you connection for no god dam reason.
>This is American shit only
I hope for your sake you don't use any services based in America. Probably not though. After all, it's not like 4chan is based in America or anything. So we really have no reason to worry.
That's the point. In a lot of areas, customers only have one or two options.
I have at least 4 options.
Comcast, TWC, AT&T, and Verizon
Might have more if I look deep enough. I think I'm good.
Do you honestly think this affects servers?
>Does any of this apply to Canada?
Not yet but, there is a chance they might try to copy.