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    http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/I...in-July-118834

    Coming to an ISP near you in July!

    Just another reason to use SSL...
    Who needs cloud storage when you got the NSA?

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    Torrentfreak reports they only track p2p downloads.
    Those not engaging in file-sharing on P2P networks will probably notice very little (cyberlocker sharing is not covered), apart from ultimately having to help finance the scheme through their ISP bills.
    Usenet should be relatively safe, with or without SSL, for now.

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    I don't see my ISP on this list, perhaps I've been able to sidestep this issue? I wonder if there's a list of all ISPs involved in this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiska View Post
    Torrentfreak reports they only track p2p downloads.
    Those not engaging in file-sharing on P2P networks will probably notice very little (cyberlocker sharing is not covered), apart from ultimately having to help finance the scheme through their ISP bills.
    Usenet should be relatively safe, with or without SSL, for now.
    Ehh, I wouldn't say that. You know what they say, "Better safe than sorry!". Really there is no reason to not use it. It doesn't slow down your connection if you have a decent PC. Personally I would like to see the NSP's offer a better encryption than SSL. I guess we will have to see.



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    All the major ISP's are participating: Comcast, Time Warner, Verizon, Cablevision, et al.

    Last July, Comcast, Cablevision, Verizon, Time Warner Cable and other bandwidth providers announced that they had agreed to adopt policies designed to discourage customers from illegally downloading music, movies and software. Since then, the ISPs have been very quiet about their antipiracy measures.
    http://news.cnet.com/8301-31001_3-57...ht-by-july-12/
    Who needs cloud storage when you got the NSA?

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    It's time (or past time) for folks to start getting serious about VPN's.

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    i can not belive this all the stuff going on in the world and these F's are doing this what is wrong with this world
    Last edited by sonic1; 03-15-2012 at 04:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonic1 View Post
    i can not belive this all the stuff going on in the world and these F's are doing this what is wrong with this world
    It's all about $$$ and/or €€€ ... where there are no big assets at stake nothing happens. When there's multimillion/billion bussiness at stake everythings possible.
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    they have enough money already. its not about money at all.

    Its all about power and control.

    copyright shit is just a piss poor "excuse" to bring us 1984.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiska View Post
    Torrentfreak reports they only track p2p downloads.
    Those not engaging in file-sharing on P2P networks will probably notice very little (cyberlocker sharing is not covered), apart from ultimately having to help finance the scheme through their ISP bills.
    Usenet should be relatively safe, with or without SSL, for now.
    Yes ISPs are only going to respond to complaints about their users on p2p networks. They're not going to be monitoring every users downloads to see what they're downloading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypatia View Post
    they have enough money already. its not about money at all.

    Its all about power and control.

    copyright shit is just a piss poor "excuse" to bring us 1984.
    This. They have been eroding freedoms from people for years now. So many sheep out there believe the BS, they don't care.


    @A_T

    You really believe that?


    Maybe it is the time to seriously look into a VPN just for good measure...
    Who needs cloud storage when you got the NSA?

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