Which Internet providers are lifting data caps during the coronavirus, and which aren't
Wednesday, 25 March 2020 () As American businesses are forced to shut down because of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus), customers are anxious about their bill for Internet access. Data caps, an annoyance in the best of times, suddenly can mean paying additional fees if a family sheltering in place goes over their limit.
Think of it: you're working from home, videoconferencing over Skype or Zoom, while your kids are playing games and chatting with friends. There's streamed movies to watch in the evenings. Disney+ and Netflix may be in constant rotation, adding to the bandwidth strain. That's a lot of data!
Younger Coloradans may be enjoying stay-at-home orders, but as Denver7's David Klugh explains, there's a danger lurking on the internet and cybersecurity experts are issuing a warning to parents about..
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