Well the CRTC may have just saved the world a good chunk from digital piracy, but they are killing off a lot of independent ISP providers to do so. March 1st, everyone goes to a 25 gig monthly cap, just like shitty Bell Canada service. Hurrah. You know, I use more than 25 gigs just uploading. Last 3 months my usage averaged 200 gigs per month. But I am with Teksavvy.com, a great company. So I have not needed to care about Bell and their brain dead 25 gigs. Till now. But 25 gigs, well that means I download more surgically now. NO sharing at all. Might have to forgo torrents totally including my anime. I can get that on a newsgroup, I just need to wait a couple of additional days. Crunchyroll will no longer interest me. I won't be interested in streaming anything. That will include Netflix too. Oh February is going to be a busy month for me. I plan to download ever *&$%# anime on the newsgroup and sort them out later. I won't be so able to get them later. Blueray files not likely. I also won't be checking out games much any more. I won't be THAT curious. I won't be checking out films casually. Worst case scenario, I ditch the internet, and do my browsing at the library or free hot spots. This then becomes a limiter to my online digital downloads too. I'm not that needy of buying games online. I suppose Steam will stop being a topic that has relevance to me. Not to sure my son will like the path that Bell Canada has forced on us through the CRTC, but they have just made Canada the worst piece of crap for internet service in the industrialized world. Might as well be 1995. And remember, I was there too. There WILL be severe repercussions to this. Mass cancellations of services dependent on high performance high volume internet.