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So now they are going against the downloaders and not the uploaders? People need to make up their mind
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Well then, maybe i should stick with uverse even though they are going to start to limit me to 250gb a month...
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I like my timewarner connection like 10mb down 2 mb up like 30 bucks, I don't download illegal stuff for the most part so im good.
But yeah people netflix..............Its pretty cheap. But i still don't think 60$ for a video game is justified, sorry just thats bs.( which is why i love steam).
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& So it has begun, the end is near...

The party is Over...

Those busted now will be what many of us call Fools...

If you didn't listen, you will be when you get a felony on your record...

Which incidentally, if you missed a recent good article was written on Yahoo, it's headline (see below)...

Help Wanted: 65,000,000 need not apply (Criminals in the US)

So having a felony just put you on the outside, like forever...

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Don't be an idiot, of course the ISPs can track what you download & where you download it from, even behind a proxy!

Only a fool would believe otherwise...
Edited by _GTech - 3/27/11 at 11:28pm
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Originally Posted by zamdam View Post
Well then, maybe i should stick with uverse even though they are going to start to limit me to 250gb a month...
Dude 3 movies a night wouldn't even push you past like 110 GB...

If you watch more than that, you really really need to log off and get a life!
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Originally Posted by _GTech View Post
& So it has begun, the end is near...

The party is Over...

Those busted now will be what many of us call Fools...

If you didn't listen, you will be when you get a felony on your record...

Which incidentally, if you missed a recent good article was written on Yahoo, it's headline (see below)...

Help Wanted: 65,000,000 need not apply (Criminals in the US)

So having a felony just put you on the outside, like forever...

=================================================

Don't be an idiot, of course the ISPs can track what you download & where you download it from, even behind a proxy!

Only a fool would believe otherwise...
I don't know who's worse, this guy or Fox News
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if you have utorrent, forcing encryption and disabling legacy connections is a good place to start.
You assume encryption cannot be broken, that would be a critical error in judgement...

Furthermore, you can't hide the connections from the ISP...

Even if it is 10,000 connections, they can log it all, and keep records...

The real problem isn't so much the ISP as it is these companies getting malicious and actually putting up legitimate downloads them self!

That's extremely mischievous, so they set up the torrent with them and a few others as the only outlet to download from, you will get somewhere between 90-99.99% done and you will notice the download stops...

Those that aren't smart enough to figure it out, it's the bad guys (Music & Movie Corps) on the other side laughing their asses off because they got your IP, your real IP. So they take that list to the lawyers office and say, make it happen..

After quite a few prosecutions the Public will quickly get the message, end it or we will put you in jail... That will pretty much be the end of it except private peer 2 peer sharing, which ISPs cannot track compressed archives because you gotta get the whole file in order to open it, some file sharers have gotten smarter in this regards.

Bare in mind they are being very public about this and giving fair warning, at least the judges aren't throwing people in jail right now, just telling them to drop the abusers immediately, which is EXTREMELY LENIENT! So wise up now, while you still can, stop downloading.
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Originally Posted by AdvanSuper View Post
I don't know who's worse, this guy or Fox News
So tell me, what's your super uncrackable formula for success?

By all means, continue...
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Welcome to 5 years ago... They've been putting up fake torrents for some time now. If you're silly enough to use a public tracker and download something with no feedback or not from a known ripper you deserve to be caught.

They won't put you in jail.. A woman was found guilty and fined for $6 million and they didn't collect. That's some message they are putting out there.

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You assume encryption cannot be broken, that would be a critical error in judgement...
The government has much better things to do than run attacks against strong encryption algorithms on the general public. True, if you use something like PPTP you're asking for trouble, but good luck with something like 256-bit AES.

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Furthermore, you can't hide the connections from the ISP...
Even if it is 10,000 connections, they can log it all, and keep records...
Who cares? They aren't going to store every single packet that everyone receives. Prove to me exactly what data was sent on date x 3 years ago. Not going to happen.

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because they got your IP, your real IP. So they take that list to the lawyers office and say, make it happen..
Gasp!
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After quite a few prosecutions the Public will quickly get the message, end it or we will put you in jail... That will pretty much be the end of it except private peer 2 peer sharing, which ISPs cannot track compressed archives because you gotta get the whole file in order to open it, some file sharers have gotten smarter in this regards.
Did you really just state that "ISP CAN SEE EVERYTHING YOU DO", only to come back with "ISP CANNOT SEE EVERYTHING YOU DO"? Please keep your story straight. If you aren't using encryption, compressed archives are sent in clear text just like everything else.

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So wise up now, while you still can, stop downloading.
You'd have a little more persuasive effect if you actually knew what you were talking about.
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