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just heard that 6 well known ISP's have signed up to an agreement to crack down on illegal downloading. Particularly music. Users will be sent a letter saying their activity has been logged and will b… Read More
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
just heard that 6 well known ISP's have signed up to an agreement to crack down on illegal downloading. Particularly music. Users will be sent a letter saying their activity has been logged and will be tracked

does anyone know which ISP's these are? Im with AOL
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
BT Retail, Virgin Media, Orange, Tiscali, BSkyB and Carphone Warehouse (AOL), I'd stay well clear of every one of these ISPs for this reason (I get free BT broadband) but am debating jacking that in, or giving it to my nana and getting a proper ISP like Be who won't give out your details without a court order.
Carphone Warehouse also going back on there original stance. BT retail are just trying to lose customers with this and phorm
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#3
following the 3 strikes you in trubble rule, i think was similiar thread this am here
#4
when did this start?
#5
goto thinkbroadband loads of news and reaction to it there
#6
it's just giving these isps another excuse to throttle your so called "unlimited" connection, as if they are not slow enough already.

I'm glad I'm with BE.
#7
Will rapidshare and megashare be safe?, have to stock up on my downloads as the rainy days beckons.
#8
sorry, couldnt find the duplicate thread
#9
saayinla
Will rapidshare and megashare be safe?, have to stock up on my downloads as the rainy days beckons.


Basically it's only P2P, as in the services that you connect to other computers and show off your lovely IP address. So Rapidshare people (although they keep a log) and Newsgroup (The Best...) will be safe.

thats from the other thread
banned#10
DIVA1977;2598540
following the 3 strikes you in trubble rule, i think was similiar thread this am here

What are you on about?
#11
heard switching to Lynux makes it harder for them to track what you are upto ;-)
#12
mcallim7
heard switching to Lynux makes it harder for them to track what you are upto ;-)

I hope you don't actually believe that :p
#13
Warez forum ftw.
#14
dcx_badass
It's LINUX, and it doesn't make a difference.


whoa there sailor

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