Pitchforks up, people. In Sprint's most recently published issue of “The Playbook” there is a very distinct section stating that this summer, the function of data throttling will be enabled. Exactly what the new policy may entail, who will be subject to it and how and how often it may be implemented isn't yet known. But we're never happy to hear that a carrier plans to regulate the speed at which you can upload and download data over their network in relation to how often you access it and how heavily you use it. Shout out in the comments if you think this is a sign of the apocalypse or just a big mutual misunderstanding.
[via Engadget]

Update: As commenter Ecoteric points out, Engadget has updated their story.  Sounds like this may about a "new feature for businesses looking to restrict disproportionately high usage by employees with company data cards".  Here's hoping for some official word from Sprint.