Comcast Corp., the nation's second-largest internet service provider, is considering setting an official limit on the amount of data that subscribers can download per month and charging a fee for those who go over, the Associated Press reports. As more consumers download movies and music online, internet service providers have to grapple with how to manage their traffic so that bandwidth hogs don't slow down the network for the lighter users among the company's 14.1 million subscribers. For years, Comcast directly called customers who used up several times more bandwidth than the typical subscriber's 2 gigabytes per month--for instance, by

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