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This is why humans can't have good things. Pretty soon aliens will set us straight though lol. tongue.gif

some of the stupidest things i have ever read on this forum.

How old are you ... seriously?
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some of the stupidest things i have ever read on this forum.
How old are you ... seriously?

Relax he's only joking...

On a more related note, Peer block is okay but I wouldn't rely heavily on it. I highly doubt this is going to be as bad as they say it is, if it even goes through, we are at the stage where people are learning to fight back against the government for what they believe is wrong. Seeing as this monitoring would most likely classify as an invasion of privacy, you would see a lot of people up in arms against it, similar to SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA. Those are my thoughts on this anyways, hopefully the people of the United States of America rise against this and stop it before it spreads into other countries.
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This is why humans can't have good things. Pretty soon aliens will set us straight though lol. tongue.gif

Agreed! biggrin.gif
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Programs are duplicated, movies suck nowadays and music can be downloaded as MP3's from Youtube.com.

Oh well. GL ISPs.
    
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The ISP's in South Africa actually threw out the idea of doing this because they said it is not their problem what people do on the internet, the internet is not theirs, they only provide an access point to it, so who the **** gets to decide who can or can't police it. They went on blaming the bad business models of the current entertainment industry saying that with the success of iTunes, people are willing to pay for a product if its a good deal and they know they arn't getting riped off. ALSO adding that people in Government should first learn how the internet works before trying to change it because what may seem good for the entertainment industry may really hurt another industry which for small business or developing countries can criple their economy.

If i'm not mistaken, the Record labels and movie guys tried passing some crap to get some campaign going to stop piracy last year. Apparently said campaign was responsible for BitFarm going down...

Meh, i'd link sources, but im at work at the mo.
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Programs are duplicated, movies suck nowadays and music can be downloaded as MP3's from Youtube.com.

Oh well. GL ISPs.

Indeed. I don't think guys have heard of Download Helper laugher.gif
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you can't hide torrents from your ISP. You really can't hide anything from your ISP. With enough time and effort they will always know what you do, you are "virtually" hard lined to them. Your traffic goes through them all the time, every time, day or night.

Yes you can, your data packets can be encrypted. Your ISP will notice connections to multiple peers though. You would have to reroute through a main IP or domain, probably non US but still in north america (Canada most likely) to keep speed up and latency down
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Movies-> Get Netflix 7.99 a month..
Software -> Open source alternatives or buy them. If you absolutely need them most likely it makes sense and you can afford it. A mechanic buys his or hers tools not borrow them.
Games -> Buy smart purchases and support the developers.
Music -> Use Spotify, Grooveshark, Pandora, etc..
Why do you need to even need to pirate? I don't understand.... At all.

Good. Let ISPs start doing something.
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One day we may have air cops... monitoring the air around you at all times. I'd be in jail. But, I'm like Tom Cruise off of Top Gun.
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At this rate the free internet will be talked about as "the good old days." mad.gif
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