S.Korea broadband firm sues Netflix after traffic surge

Keith Medcalf kmedcalf at dessus.com
Sun Oct 10 23:43:34 UTC 2021

On Sunday, 10 October, 2021 14:21, Mark Tinka wrote:

>They are looking at the aggregate Gbps or Tbps of traffic that
>BigContent is seeking to deliver across their network, for "no $$".

This is blatantly incorrect.  The bits were payed for by the requestor.

BigContent does not "send bits" to non-requestors.  
The Internet is Point-to-Point, not a Broadcast medium.

If the seller (the network operator) cannot provide the service which they have sold, they should be imprisoned for the remainder of their natural lives at hard labour.  This sort of behaviour by the network operator is a Criminal Activity called FRAUD (based on Fraudulent Misrepresentation of Material Fact) and is, in fact, a Criminal Conspiracy.

You can tell a politician is lying because it's lips are moving.
The only good politician is a dead politician.

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