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+ - Thumb on the scale? Broadband usage measurements are not accurate for 5 of 7.->

Submitted by stox
stox (131684) writes ""For the 64 percent of Americans whose internet service provider imposes a broadband cap, and for those lucky enough to have a meter, I have some bad news. The president of the firm who audits many of the country’s broadband meters says that he can’t certify the measurements produced by five out of seven of his clients’ meters because they don’t count your bits correctly.""
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