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    You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    http://news.yahoo.com/warned-isps-ro...153139977.html


    A Speed Bump: Verizon
    Verizon will send warnings to people they suspect of violating copyright violations. After the sixth notification, the ISP will slow down the pirate's Internet speed, effectively making it more difficult to download in the future. While this doesn't put a total stop to the violator's ability to get illegal content, it does make the process a lot less attractive, when suddenly a few minute process takes hours.


    A Time Out: Time Warner Cable
    After the first two warnings TWC customers will receive an email discussing how to download content legally and how to contact the ISP if the emails were errors, a Time Warner Cable spokesperson told PC Magazine's Chloe Albaneses. If the email is ignored, TWC will redirect that user to a landing page that asks the pirate to agree not to engage in illegal activity before heading to the rest of the Internet. If that doesn't work, after the fourth violation, Time Warner Cable will pull their internet services requiring the customer to call Time Warner Cable and promise to stop violating copyright laws in order to get their service reinstated. It's a little embarrassing to have to make a call and promise to stop breaking the law. But saying something and doing something are very different actions.


    Rehab: AT&T
    AT&T will send out warning notices, until the sixth offense, according to leaked documents from last fall. After that, AT&T will block your Internet and won't lift the ban until the infringer takes a course on IP law, according to CNET. Though, this leaked document from TorrentFreak makes it look like after the fourth or fifth offense a user will be redirected to an "educational tutorial" every time he or she attempts to access a nefarious IP address:








    Already got my six episodes of "The Following" on my hard drive, Verizon. What you finna do?



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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    it's NOT going to work. we're good. they probably looking at the torrents and not the file sharing sites.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    ^ I seriously wonder who the heck is still using torrents to download pirated stuff? Hello. I thought people would be more careful by now.

    P.S. DF, that gif is so fucking trashy. I can't.

    P.P.S. The Following, eh? I'm watching for the hot guy. But it is a mess.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    ^ I seriously wonder who the heck is still using torrents to download pirated stuff? Hello. I thought people would be more careful by now.

    P.S. DF, that gif is so fucking trashy. I can't.

    P.P.S. The Following, eh? I'm watching for the hot guy. But it is a mess.

    yeah, the work alone to get torrents is a pain in the ass anyway. why even waste time with that when there's file sharing websites there's file sharing websites where you just click and that's it.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Seems like I’ve heard that Internet service, in some places, is a lot more costly than the products people are helping themselves to. I wonder if that’s why a lot of folks snag a few ‘goodies’ now and then – to kinda recover, or justify, some of that ISP expense?

    Anyway, I wonder if Hollywood, or whomever, will make restitutions to the Internet Service Providers for the moneys they’ll miss out on when they pull the “crook’s” plug.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Yet another reason to be glad I live in Canada.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    This is actually works effectively if you're working in creative environment when they're facing endless copyright issues. It's saving your time.
    I know there must be suck part too..

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    P.S. DF, that gif is so fucking trashy. I can't.
    Wat can I say..? It's Digital "Fudge"

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Quote Originally Posted by JP. View Post
    Wat can I say..? It's Digital "Fudge"




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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    P.P.S. The Following, eh? I'm watching for the hot guy. But it is a mess.


    Look at the bright side, he's straight

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    ? Rating the actual result of laws . It is one thing to make a statement and a very different thing to enforce it . How many of these laws result in any real criminal conviction ? - a deterent rather than real effect . Queensland Australia has blasphemy laws dating from 1917 . Many European countries has something similar post-war , all very rarely if ever prosecuted . It is one thing to express displeasure , quite another to do anything concrete about it . Moreover it occurs any restrictions based on size clearly excludes all songs and books .

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    I agree with "who still uses torrents anyways?"

    Hell going back to 2004, most US colleges put a moratorium on P2P sharing. I remember I got this nasty email from my college when I tried to download a patch for World of Warcraft which uses P2P to take much of the burden off Blizzard. I had to go to the Computer Center and explain my case (which they obviously knew what I was downloading) and it just told me to use direct downloading instead and let me go.

    I think this is much ado about nothing and it is basically just a scare tactic.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    What are these "File Sharing" sites everyone in this thread is talking about? I haven't heard more intentionally vague, and foreboding rhetoric since the last episode of The Following.

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    A Time Out: Time Warner Cable
    After the first two warnings TWC customers will receive an email discussing how to download content legally and how to contact the ISP if the emails were errors, a Time Warner Cable spokesperson told PC Magazine's Chloe Albaneses. If the email is ignored, TWC will redirect that user to a landing page that asks the pirate to agree not to engage in illegal activity before heading to the rest of the Internet. If that doesn't work, after the fourth violation, Time Warner Cable will pull their internet services requiring the customer to call Time Warner Cable and promise to stop violating copyright laws in order to get their service reinstated. It's a little embarrassing to have to make a call and promise to stop breaking the law. But saying something and doing something are very different actions.
    If the caller is told that this call is being recorded, it might be used/seen as a confession – in court.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    When they address the illegal downloader as "pirate", is the downloader obliged to wear a funny hat, eyepatch, and a pegleg?

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Quote Originally Posted by JP. View Post
    Wat can I say..? It's Digital "Fudge"
    I see.

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Look at the bright side, he's straight
    100% Straight.

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    What are these "File Sharing" sites everyone in this thread is talking about? I haven't heard more intentionally vague, and foreboding rhetoric since the last episode of The Following.
    Basically, people just upload the stuff to file hosting sites and then share the links for download or streaming (via blogs, forums and sites that collect the links for streaming).

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    ANd it still won't stop it. Hence the reason why Itunes was created among others.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    I still use Torrents. At least I can get 20x the speed I got from direct downloading.

    Then again, I don't live in USA.

    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Yeah, def not sure what these mystery file sharing sites are, I use torrents for everything. A tv show airs, bam, three minutes later it's on the tv torrent site. No idea about any other way to get stuff. And how is it easier to rely on someone posting a link. I would think that would make finding everything harder, especially niche items, which are easily found on some torrent sites.

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    Yeah, def not sure what these mystery file sharing sites are, I use torrents for everything. A tv show airs, bam, three minutes later it's on the tv torrent site. No idea about any other way to get stuff. And how is it easier to rely on someone posting a link. I would think that would make finding everything harder, especially niche items, which are easily found on some torrent sites.

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Well, I guess the use of VPNs might be on the rise...

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    Re: You Will Be Warned: ISPs Roll Out Their Anti-Piracy Alert Systems

    Comcast's use of punitive measures is appalling ..."hijacking" a subscriber's browser with persistent pop-ups?

    I guess they will lose some business over this sort of Draconian approach. What's next? Monitoring of youtube views (where content violated copyright but some unsuspecting person watched the video???)

    http://torrentfreak.com/comcast-puni...hijack-130227/
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