Good news for the Australian BitTorrent fans. Three of Australia’s largest internet providers say they are not limiting BitTorrent traffic on their networks (like others do) and have no immediate plans to impose restrictions on the BitTorrent and other p2p traffic.
According to The Australian, Broadband customers of Australia’s largest ISPs can use peer-to-peer file-sharing services such as BitTorrent and Kazaa without being throttled by their ISP.
Pretty funny that they mention Kazaa
The Chinese and Canadians on the other hand are less lucky. Rogers, Shaw and more recently China Tietong and Nanjing Telecom are actively throttling BitTorrent traffic.