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1-24-2012 @ 1:16PM
Most ISP's (in the US anyway) are also big media companies. Time Warner and Comcast are 2 examples of this. They hate p2p because they believe it takes away from their sales of movies and tv shows, as well as advertisement on the networks they own through lower ratings. It's likely that other smaller ISP's are in collusion with the big media conglomerates. (I have no idea if Rogers is also a cable/media company like Time Warner and Comcast.)Supposedly p2p networks also can slow down entire internet speeds, which I guess can be true but I'm not up on the technical aspects of bandwidth so I can't give a more exact explanation of how that works.
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