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4-12-2011 @ 10:52PM
Currently, Rogers in Canada has been doing some bandwidth throttling for WoW. Anyone know if this change may affect that?
4-13-2011 @ 11:07AM
Rogers has been slapped in the face for doing that. They said they will stop, but it will take em some time to stop throttling wow.I imagine it would have some effect on WoW sending more packets, considering that Rogers is precicely trying to prevent that.If you have a vaild legal torrent (or not so legal one) Rogers would deliberatly drop packets in order to screw up ur data, so if anyone in ur home/work was using P2P u wouldnt be able to play WoW.
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