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Net neutrality: How to spot an arts graduate in a tech debate

Chris Miller

It is possible to have network infrastructure that has more bandwidth than the consumers can use.

You might be able to achieve this on your own premises, though I think it's unlikely if you have more than 100 users. But for an ISP connecting thousands of domestic users (which is the only place where 'net neutrality' has any relevance, as commercial organisations will have their own Ts&Cs) - not a chance.

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