Comcast plans to reduce internet service to customers it deems to be using too much bandwidth, a move that comes on the heels of federal regulators ruling that the internet service provider violated the law by throttling BitTorrent transfers, CNET reports. To keep service flowing to other customers, Comcast plans to impede internet speeds to its heaviest users for up to 20 minutes, Mitch Bowling, Comcast's senior vice president and general manager of online services, told Bloomberg in an interview Aug. 19. "If in fact a person is generating enough packets that they're the ones creating that situation, we will...

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