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Posted 3/19/17

I cant link it but there already is a precedent from a court rule-ling that you are not your ip address so you could fight it. look it up its been about a year or so.
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Posted 3/22/17
That just sounds like a nastygram as supposed to a credible threat? In all honestly. ISPs will send them out but never send follow ups, they're probably concerned with too much else. My father's avid pirate friend downloads hundreds upon thousands of movies, tv shows, and songs illegally and each nastygram he's received from his ISP has had no aftereffect or secondary investigation.
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Posted 4/9/17 , edited 4/9/17



you saw this article by any chance ?

Germany Approves Draft Law to Protect WiFi Operators From Piracy Liability
https://torrentfreak.com/germany-approves-draft-law-to-protect-wifi-operators-from-piracy-liability-170407/

like what you said before

the owner of the wi-fi network should not be responsible (like how one of your guests used your guest wi-fi to download a movie illegally


the idea of accusing people of illegal download just because of their IP is hilarious -- these copyright trolls like to use scare tactics to get what they thought we are entitled to


https://torrentfreak.com/russia-wants-hold-social-networks-liable-internet-piracy-170402/
https://torrentfreak.com/parents-must-identify-pirate-kids-or-pay-their-fines-court-rules-170331/


also

i'm curious to see what they will do against streaming
https://torrentfreak.com/streaming-pirate-video-is-illegal-high-court-judge-says-170319/
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Posted 4/9/17
Why do people download movies when they can simply watch it on whatever steaming site they are on? Do most people download their anime?
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This is why you put a password on your wifi and only give the password to people you trust. Guest access can go to hell!

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Posted 4/19/17 , edited 5/15/17

k0k0r0k0r0 wrote:

This is why you put a password on your wifi and only give the password to people you trust. Guest access can go to hell!

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you never use public wi-fi ?

the library has no password on their wi-fi .. while other businesses will have guest access for their customers

people are online most of the time so wi-fi service is being a common thing now a day

so for them to hold someone accountable based on IP address.. it will not stick


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It's easier if the consumers know their the laws and their rights when dealing with copyright trolls

https://torrentfreak.com/law-professor-shows-how-to-fight-copyright-trolls-170514/


Defense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2933200
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Posted 5/15/17
The way your ISP sees it is that since it's your internet you're supposed to regulate who goes on your WiFi and what they do with it. They really don't care for semantics. Also I believe it's illegal to connect to a WiFi that you don't have permission to access, even if it isn't password protected (this doesn't apply to public WiFi).
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AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:


k0k0r0k0r0 wrote:

This is why you put a password on your wifi and only give the password to people you trust. Guest access can go to hell!

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you never use public wi-fi ?

the library has no password on their wi-fi .. while other businesses will have guest access for their customers

people are online most of the time so wi-fi service is being a common thing now a day

so for them to hold someone accountable based on IP address.. it will not stick


*updated*


It's easier if the consumers know their the laws and their rights when dealing with copyright trolls

https://torrentfreak.com/law-professor-shows-how-to-fight-copyright-trolls-170514/


Defense Against the Dark Arts of Copyright Trolling
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2933200


I don't lug a laptop around with me wherever I go, and I use T-Mobile, so...

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Posted 5/20/17

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Why do people download movies when they can simply watch it on whatever steaming site they are on? Do most people download their anime?


Because they're Barbarian! They don't have the brain power! :x
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Posted 5/20/17 , edited 5/20/17
Not sure about TWC but alof of this "secure your wifi its your problem doesnt hold true to Comcast customers. Comcast is pushing out their Dory modems to all customers

This modem whether you want it to or not broadcasts what amounts to unsecured wifi to anyone within range of any of these modems so long as they have a comcast email to log in through a portal(which you only ever have to do once on any modem, then your phone/laptop will auto lock onto any modem it can detect from then on no portal needed.) This is not secure or even tracked. So almost every business and home can get DMC notices and have ZERO control over whoever is doing the illegal actions. Also I would encourage the OP to let his ISP know by their own webpage they are at fault for any breach of security if the modem is leased. Look at the left column second bullet down. If they cant prove your device specifically downloaded the material its due to their own negligent security measures.
https://www.timewarnercable.com/en/support/internet/topics/lease-or-buy-modem.html

EDIT: On a side note net nanny type firewalls aren't all that effective. I recently worked at King County Courthouse who has a pretty robust IT and firewall system. Yet people are still finding ways around the firewall and downloading torrent content.
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Posted 5/20/17
Be a better pirate and don't get caught... like me... Spider-Man



^that image is relevant I swear
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Posted 5/21/17
Pirate Site Blockades Violate Free Speech, Mexico’s Supreme Court Rules
https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-site-blockades-violate-free-speech-mexicos-supreme-court-rules-170425/

this is interesting.. free speech ? well . at least it's still exists somewhere
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Posted 5/22/17
Dudeeee. This is why you leech and don't seed.
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Posted 5/23/17

animegirl2222 wrote:

Dudeeee. This is why you leech and don't seed.


why download when you can just stream now a day
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Posted 6/2/17 , edited 6/2/17

k0k0r0k0r0 wrote:


I don't lug a laptop around with me wherever I go, and I use T-Mobile, so...



?? you can use public wi-fi using your phone as well you don't need a laptop so..

that's what i'm doing when i'm reaching the cap of 32GB for my unlimited data plan (T-mobile) i'll switch to wi-fi (when available) when they started to throttle me.
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