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Topic # 87961 11-Aug-2011 13:57
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With it being skynet day and all that, have the ISPs seen any changes in usage patterns? HTTP to rapidshare up and torrents down? Much more VPN traffic?

Or is it the same as usual with most people not giving a $#17 about it and just going to keep going till they get a warning? Too early to tell?




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  Reply # 504985 11-Aug-2011 14:04
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Id say too early to tell... ask again in a week :)
Most ppl will keep going until the 2nd warning....




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  Reply # 504986 11-Aug-2011 14:06
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I think you overestimate how much Joe Public (rightly or wrongly) cares (for now).

Business as usual here.




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  Reply # 504990 11-Aug-2011 14:15
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I think largely anyone who isn't a member of geekzone or GP forums will still be ignorant

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Yes traffic has reduced by 95 % here started at 00:01 this morning it is as though someone flicked a switch .......... totally amazing , and then I woke up ...Tongue out


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