Here's what we should all do (please add comments for more things):
- Make submissions on the TCF code stating the reason's why it is inappropriate
- Tell your ISP in writing that S92A only calls for "reasonable implementation" and that it doesn't require the policy itself to be reasonable nor does it require disconnection on accusation.
- Tell your ISP in writing that you will not support them if they choose to implement a policy that involves disconnection upon accusation, and that you will switch ISP if they do so.
- Continue to write to your MP stating the potential flaws of the legislation and the impacts it could lead to, and also remind them that a Code of Practice may not be followed by all ISPs and will still be costly to implement, especially for small ISPs and non-traditional-ISP organisations (libraries, hotspots etc).
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Comment by kinsten, on 25-Feb-2009 10:13
Are the ISPs not also victims of S92a and also against it along with their clients?
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