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Do large downloads need "Not Safe for Canada" badge?

ArsTechnica: New Usage-Based Billing (UBB) rules in Canada mean that indie ISPs are already slashing data caps from 200GB per month down to a mere 25GB. In response, Reddit users suggested a "Not Safe for Canada" badge that warns Canadian Internet users away from all large files. For those with small caps, this isn't a bad idea—and we asked our creative director Aurich to mock one up.

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_Q_4778d ago

Wait what the hell are people downloading that they need hundreds of gigs at a time? I personally just dont like this because its a limit. Otherwise in real life use im certain I wouldnt notice...

Shani4778d ago

Games, Movies, TV Shows, Torrents etc.
For me I don't need 100s of gig either, I can live with 60GB.

Anyhow, this news is not good for internet users.
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Twitter Blue problems? How to sign up for verification despite error messages

Signing up for the new Twitter Blue has caused problems for some folks. The Shortcut details the roadblocks you may hit trying to sign up and how to get around them.

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EvilCackle446d ago (Edited 446d ago )

Good thing I signed up at launch so people know I'm the real evilcackle

CurrentDigital446d ago

Huge loss for those who don't know where else to spend their surplus $8 a month

SwiderMan445d ago

Still haven't been approved for Twitter Blue :/

gatewayinternational442d ago

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Thousands of top websites collect your data in real-time as you type

Websites are harvesting our data even before we

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The days of remaining anonymous on the internet are coming to an end

Regulations are beginning to require users to verify their identification online.

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