Sweeping Effects as Broadband Moves to Meters

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Story in the NYT has this tease line: Nicholas Longo, the director of Geekdom, says usage-based billing would worsen an economic barrier between some Americans and the Internet. "It's like locking the doors to the library."

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My internet provider lets me use up to 200gb per month. As of today I have used 34gb this month. December of 2011 was my high month with 75gb used.

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