so I'm subleasing in this apartment and they have a no p2p software policy. Basically what happens there is some prick in a room halfway across the state who gets a little pop up that says they're p2p in our apartment, he presses a button shuts off my internet then we're "supposed" to pay 45 dollars to get it turned back on. We haven't ever paid him, since I myself am enraged at the rule (that and its never actually been an issue). The internet has only ever been shut off twice since I've been living here once for World of Warcraft updates (its uses p2p) and today for Skype. I have no intention of paying this fee personally, but here's my question, what do you feel about this business practice? Furthermore is there some rule your apartment, condo, trailer-park, or whatever have that you feel is unjustified?