In further good news today... http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bell-canada-end-internet-traffic-275721
Bell Canada in a December 19 letter to the CRTC, the country’s telecom and TV regulator, pointed to a surprising reason for no longer slowing peer-to-peer file sharing in peak hours on digital platforms like BitTorrent from March 1, 2012.
It turns out Netflix Canada and other legitimate online streaming video sites are helping ease serial P2P file sharing north of the border. “With the increasing popularity of streamed video and other traffic, P2P file-sharing, as a proportion of total traffic, has been diminishing,” Denis Henry, vp of regulatory and government affairs at Bell Aliant, and Phillipe Gauvin, Bell Canada counsel, said in their letter to the regulator made public by the OpenMedia.ca website Tuesday.
Its very rare for ISP companies to act honestly towards their customers when it comes to delivering what was promised at sign up time, this is a very welcome move