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How the Internet is Breaking Modern Gaming

The Internet: A massively linked world where everything you ever wanted to know is right at your fingertips and everyone you wanted to know is a Facebook friend request away. We vehemently defend our freedoms online and it is absolutely a tool that has ingrained itself in every aspect of modern culture. In regards to video games, though, is it more of a curse than a blessing?

Canadian ISP Rogers Accused of Throttling Video Game Connections.

NOTE: This story has been updated. Please see the bottom of the story for additional developments.

We've all experienced periods of unexpected lag while playing online games. Often times we blame our hardware, or a congested server. But a recent complaint in Ontario against the Canadian Internet Service Provider (ISP) Rogers Communications suggests otherwise.

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