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what if its valid p2p stuff like linux

also if someone has a tv license and pay's for a satellite subscription, where do they stand acquiring tv show from the internet

Lets say you download VALID p2p stuff and you dont want the IPS to bother you because as a good citizen you dont want to make any trouble, you can :

- Use a proxy
- Use a VPN
- Use a private tracker
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oh you call it the TV?

I call it the idiot box lol tongue.gif

same lol , I haven’t watched it in years I forgot people still did until I visited my old's tongue.gif
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I really can't see how this would stop people from doing illegal downloads.
The bolded part made me chuckle a bit

Actually these programs have been shown to be highly effective. A lot of people get scared off of piracy when they realize people know they are doing it. People like you and me who understand the system might not be effected, not that I pirate anything, but a lot of people get scared off by these letters.

This. Psychology 101; we're all taught it in first year.
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my little piracy adventure would promptly end after the first email/warring..i kid you not redface.gif
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Well, we have a client that we do IT support for, we also provide internet to some of our customers including him that we purchase from an upstream provider. One day we got an email that had also been sent to the client, from said upstream provider telling him that they had received a complaint that he had downloaded "copyrighted material" and listed the movies name. It went on to say that if they receive further complaints his account would be terminated. Now, the movie he was downloading was still showing on the cinema here, so that could be why. I don't think the letter had much of an effect but who knows.

One thing I'm curious about though is in a torrent client like Vuze it supports transport encryption. If you don't configure a fall back, then it will only use encrypted transport. I enable this when I download linux torrents because it seems to get past any ISP limitations on p2p traffic, basically my download speed maxes my line. Does this mean that if you use transport encryption they can't see what you're downloading?
post #76 of 86
You guys are mad about this? You should see some of the things the FCC here in the states are passing and try to keep this from spreading to your country as well. For anyone interested on this subject that I'm talking about: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/technology/fcc-new-net-neutrality-rules.html?_r=0

For this though I feel like all its going to do is scare away the small time pirates that download a song or two but the serious ones that they want to stop wont blink an eye at this. I mean look at how international law has stopped thepiratebay rolleyes.gif
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yes you download "linux" torrents. we get it. everyone on here downloads "linux"

I actually do, since some of our clients run them in virtual machines. I don't have fixed line internet at home only 3G, so I only use vuze at work for that. Our DSL modems run through a RouterBoard for load balancing and I've noticed that with transport encryption enabled the speeds are a lot faster than with it disabled, hence my question.
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Use a VPN that accepts BitCoin. Problem solved.
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post #79 of 86
and here we go again milking goverment for money for actions against piracy biggrin.gif does anyone rly believe it will help somehow?
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gentleman, the eu high court has recently outlawed any and all internet surverilance without a court order, 2 days before it was decided that downloading is illegal so the electronics companies dont have to pay fees from every hdds cd and dvd to copyright organizations. those judges apparently knew what they were doing. first they outlaw surveilance, and then they cut of the income of copyright organizations in half of europe. job well done gentlemen tongue.gif

so its all not admissible in court. also ip surveilance is generally so flaky that people are getting sued who had not downloaded anything from their ip adressess. dont know how this can happen as i think it should be straight process, but apparently it does

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