It’s not quite graduated response, but Australian ISP Exetel has announced plans to ban its customers from using P2P software during the first two hours of its off-peak period (midnight to 2am), because of the load being placed on its network by users who cue up P2P downloads to start as soon as the off-peak period begins. Users caught flouting the ban will be invited to pay peak rates, or disconnected entirely.

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