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this is one of the easy questions i will get asked about my site by my customer service representative. im sure they will try this question on me any day now. as in most of the cases, this one is easy to answer. they will always show a eula. the eula has always state the following: ” use of this software falls outside the legal definition of licensing.” ” its ownership of part are in third parties.” ” this software is provided as is” ” the license agreement takes care of any liability of the license holder” ” acceptance of these terms is interpreted as accepting any liabilities that may occur, including liability for copyright infringements” and so on..
here is the use i want.

i want people to be able to download files from my web site. they download as much files as they want to use as much or as little as they want. i dont want them to feel restricted. i do want them to be able to leave some comments and reviews or feedback or ratings after they have downloaded the file(s).

to actually answer your question. you can download up to 10 terabytes of files per month (roughly) if you are using broadband internet. thats ~100 gigabytes a month. most people are not actually trying to download that much in a month. it may take a few days to download, depending on the speed of your internet connection and whether or not your internet service provider is throttling your connection. it might be as few as a few hours, depending on your connection.
what are your actual limits?
your isp’s caps should say how much data per month is going to be charged. if they dont, then run a speed test from your browser. if your internet speed is less than what you are being charged for, then your isp is throttling you. thats very bad. you should call them and let them know they are doing that. i had one internet provider that would only let me download 16 megabytes a month. when i asked about it, they said i was maxed out. 16 megabytes a month on a 3 megabit connection should not be possible. so i switched to another isp and they were much better about it. they gave me a cap of 25 megabytes, but they only throttle to 50 percent of that speed, not 100 percent. while that might seem a small amount, it doesnt leave me with any speed at all. while throttling is one of the most unfair things your isp can do to you, throttling is completely undetectable. how can i tell, if i am hitting my cap if i am hitting my cap?
i know this can be confusing. for example, i could have a 1 gigabit connection, but be limited to only 500 megabytes. but the speed will still be 1 gigabit, because they are only dividing by 2 and multiplying by 500. or maybe the 200 gigabit connection only lets you download 50 megabytes per month and they divide that by 2 and multiply by 5000. now i am only getting 200 megabytes a month, not the 500 i thought i was getting. in reality, you arent getting more than the 100 gigabit cap all along. perhaps you arent throttled at all, and only getting the cap. it just doesnt appear that way.
my internet provider is comcast in the us. maybe this is different in other countries.
here is where the laws come into play. in the united states, copyright law governs these things. there are certain exceptions for certain things.