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Verizon Changes FIOS AUP, -1, Offtopic

RasputinAXP (12807) writes | more than 4 years ago

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RasputinAXP (12807) writes "Verizon has changed their FIOS AUP effective yesterday, and added an interesting new clause to their specific examples that we're all familiar with:

"it is a violation of the Agreement and this AUP to...post off-topic information on message boards, chat rooms or social networking sites"

At this point, every FIOS-based Slashdot user is breaking the new AUP. I, for one, welcome our new fiber overlords..."
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That reminds me... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30289098)

did you know new jersey is the most densely populated state in the union? PS damn the man
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