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o3zman #1 Posted Apr 24 2014 - 04:03

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With the USA federal communications commitee (FCC)'s judgement on removing the restrictions on internet neutrality basically walking up out of its cradle and threatening to gnaw at its mother's hand (the world's users of the internet), will Wargaming be like Disney, Amazon, Google, etc and make a deal with intermet service providers to, say:

 

Give better service, give worse or back-of-mind service to non-paying players (non-prem), charge more for gold, set a play time limit, remove server downtime compensation (if any at all), and /or generally be LESS outspoken about its inner workings (moreso than now)?

 



PhiliPTran #2 Posted Apr 24 2014 - 04:05

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As long as they aren't stuck with Telia, I'm good

o3zman #3 Posted Apr 24 2014 - 04:11

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View PostPhiliPTran, on Apr 24 2014 - 04:05, said:

As long as they aren't stuck with Telia, I'm good


I'm very sorry you feel/think that way :(  I thought the internet was a place, besides space, where anyone and anything could be explored and generally be taken advantage of...just not fervently beaten to the ground by being charged money out the backend.



Macabe #4 Posted Apr 24 2014 - 04:16

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I thought companies already did that.

Battlecruiser #5 Posted Apr 25 2014 - 04:15

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regulation killed jobs and careers in real life now they want to eliminate competition on the internet by introducing all kinds of regulation there too.  sounds about right.




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