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Submission + - Really misleading ads from broadband providers (gizmodo.com)

Bourdain writes: From the I-really-wish-they-asked-me-before-getting-into-that-contract department:

Gizmodo has put together a good compilation of the — seemingly almost criminally — misleading (largely plain wrong) advertising from our favorite local monopolies. My personal favorite is from At&t which states you need 3 mbps to use social networking sites like facebook (an accurate but still absurd requirement might be a something to effect of needing a multiple core processor if you allow of the javascript & flash to run on said sites)

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Really misleading ads from broadband providers

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