NEW DELHI, INDIA, January 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – An Internet Service Provider (ISP) controls an Internet user’s bandwidth or data when it detects online traffic. This traffic is mainly due to watching videos (i.e. streaming videos on YouTube and Netflix) or sharing files (downloads and uploads). ISPs can keep track of the user’s IP address because the default setting of any IP address is unprotected. That said, any IP address is susceptible to this bandwidth throttling.
Streaming sites and services are currently the top users of Internet data. According to a 2019 research study, YouTube accounts for 35% of online traffic worldwide. While Netflix, another streaming service, held 12.6% of the bandwidth traffic in the same year. These numbers increase from year to year.
When ISPs detect such online activity, they slow down the internet connection speed to reduce internet usage.
But there is a solution to this dilemma, and it is …