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Topic # 86864 14-Jul-2011 13:36
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Well just received an email from my ISP.... WorldNet and an enclosed email from CBS.

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  Reply # 493329 14-Jul-2011 13:40
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scam? the grammar is truly terrible. bad enought to make me think it is probably a scam of some kind, although not sure how.


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  Reply # 493330 14-Jul-2011 13:43
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NonprayingMantis: scam? the grammar is truly terrible



Nah its authentic as far as i'm concerned.

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  Reply # 493331 14-Jul-2011 13:47
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IANAL but that letter doesn't look to be sent under New Zealand law since it is clearly an American company treating the matter under American law...




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  Reply # 493332 14-Jul-2011 13:47
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Have you pointed out to the copyright holders that you can't view said material via the CBS website and that if they were to make the content available in such a manner it might help stem the tide of people downloading material?

Just a thought...

cheers

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  Reply # 493335 14-Jul-2011 13:49
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And yes, definitely a US letter sent under US law. The NZ law will require the rights holder to identify a number of different aspects including time/date of download etc as well as IP address and file details.

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  Reply # 493338 14-Jul-2011 13:50
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I see these all the time in my role. They hold no weight within New Zealand.

At least, not currently.




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  Reply # 493339 14-Jul-2011 13:52
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PaulBrislen: And yes, definitely a US letter sent under US law. The NZ law will require the rights holder to identify a number of different aspects including time/date of download etc as well as IP address and file details.

Huh? did you reads the email? it does exactly that


Filename : NCIS.S08E24.HDTV.XviD-LOL.[VTV].avi.torrent(366,448,640bytes)

- Filename : NCIS.S08E22.HDTV.XviD-LOL.[VTV].avi.torrent(366,723,038bytes)

- Filename : NCIS.S08E23.HDTV.XviD-LOL.[VTV].avi.torrent(366,716,554bytes)

- IP Address : 202.169.204.110

- Local Infringing Time : 2011-06-29 00:01:54

- NZ Infringing Time : 2011-06-28 20:01:54

- Infringing Internet ID :

 

 

mp1@adsl.world-net.co.nz

 

 

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  Reply # 493340 14-Jul-2011 13:53
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mp1: Well just received an email from my ISP.... WorldNet and an enclosed email from CBS.


So, are you guilty?


I'd be cancelling my contract with your ISP for handing out your private information to 3rd parties.

The new copyright laws do not take affect until september.  

 

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  Reply # 493343 14-Jul-2011 13:56
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wreck90:
mp1: Well just received an email from my ISP.... WorldNet and an enclosed email from CBS.


So, are you guilty?


I'd be cancelling my contract with your ISP for handing out your private information to 3rd parties.

The new copyright laws do not take affect until september.  

 


His ISP haven't disclosed his details anywhere I can see?

The notice came in, they looked up who the end user was and forward it onto him.  That's all they've done.






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  Reply # 493346 14-Jul-2011 13:57
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wreck90:
mp1: Well just received an email from my ISP.... WorldNet and an enclosed email from CBS.


So, are you guilty?


I'd be cancelling my contract with your ISP for handing out your private information to 3rd parties.

The new copyright laws do not take affect until september.  

 


Where does it say that they did hand out their details?




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  Reply # 493349 14-Jul-2011 13:59
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wreck90: So, are you guilty?

 


Yep, I admit guilt. I'm a sole occupant.

I actually dont have too many problems with WorldNet, I know some have in the past, but i'm on the unlimited plan (mainly due to downloading linux iso's) and get alright speeds across the board considering i'm a wee way from the exchange.

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  Reply # 493352 14-Jul-2011 14:02
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PaulBrislen: Have you pointed out to the copyright holders that you can't view said material via the CBS website and that if they were to make the content available in such a manner it might help stem the tide of people downloading material?

Just a thought...

cheers

Paul


Havent pointed it out, but if sites like hulu.com worked in NZ i'd use them, even if they had adverts every 10mins..

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  Reply # 493356 14-Jul-2011 14:08
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richms:
wreck90:
mp1: Well just received an email from my ISP.... WorldNet and an enclosed email from CBS.


So, are you guilty?


I'd be cancelling my contract with your ISP for handing out your private information to 3rd parties.

The new copyright laws do not take affect until september.  

 


Where does it say that they did hand out their details?


Well, perhaps not handed out details but they are certainly agreeing to forward irrelevant spam to subscribers based on a request from a 3rd party.



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  Reply # 493361 14-Jul-2011 14:13
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Havent pointed it out, but if sites like hulu.com worked in NZ i'd use them, even if they had adverts every 10mins..


Yip agree. I'd even pay for the ability to access and put up with ads. But I cant so that leaves me with 2 options... dont watch it... or... ... ...

BTW... I'm fully assuming the new law isnt retroactive, that is you cant get a strike for an infringement that happened prior to September, have I got that right? 

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  Reply # 493364 14-Jul-2011 14:22
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I love this line:
We also would request that you inform the individual who engaged in this =
conduct that legitimate copies of CBS content are widely available for =
viewing online, for example on www.cbs.com and many other sites that =
participate in the CBS Audience Network.=20


Some fact checking would be nice..




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