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comment Throttling Bandwidth on Firefox
I disagree with 'data usage isn't really something that an application can "throttle"' - how are audio applications otherwise programmed, where you can choose to capture data at, say, 22kHz vs. 44.1 kHz? Similarly, all one would need is a timer for IP packets - and if the application already read enough data in a time period, it can simply refuse to execute read requests for the rest of the period - ergo, throttle. I would agree that specifically Firefox doesn't have that possibility, however.
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