100TB / 2500 = 41 GB for each user.
41GB / 3 days = 13.7 GB per day.
To download Battlefield 4 alone, is about 40-50GB.
That's just for one game. What about all the other games, Windows Updates, YouTube, NetFlix, DropBox, iTunes and iCloud, Open Source content, and all the other millions of legit downloads available online?
(I have a empty 50GB DropBox btw, that needed filling)
Don't tell me that 13.7 GB is a lot for one day. Some days, I use more bandwidth than this on my 4Mbps line, on YouTube alone! (short 4K video's can be 300-1GB each, yes? 14 video's is not a lot for one household.)
The staff were able to download more, as they had 1Gbps lines.
I wonder how many Linux ISO's they downloaded amongst themselves?
I find it amusing how some people jump to the conclusion that "this must be piracy".
NO. It is not piracy. This is just how Internet connectivity is supposed to be. And a few of us were fortunate enough to experience what others consider "normal".