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  Reply # 517760 6-Sep-2011 21:06
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the new internet laws how do they affect p2p

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  Reply # 517779 6-Sep-2011 21:29
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This is off topic. Please visit our ICT Regulation subforum and read up the sticky posts there.


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  Reply # 517814 6-Sep-2011 22:10
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dontpanic42: VODO
 Wow thanks for posting this. Its all completely copyright free right? I've just downloaded 2 >.> so I'm stuffed if it isn't Hahaha 

It is not copyright free, but the owners of the works have agreed to be distributed by Vodo for personal use.

Most of the works I have viewed from there are provided under one of the creative commons licences.

This is a good overview of that kind of copyright:

In many countries a kind of standard copyright for all works is assumed in law - so that if an author/creator intends something different from the standard assumed copyright then it must be stated. It is the same for software, which is why all the free software licences are needed.

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  Reply # 517817 6-Sep-2011 22:12
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actsclan: the new internet laws how do they affect p2p

classic! have you received any notice(s) from your ISP? 

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  Reply # 517914 7-Sep-2011 08:43
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Thankyou for the suggestions folks. I already have internet radio going 10 hours a day, use Youtube and a bit of NZ on demand and other stuff and got nowhere near my limit. These sugggestions will help me start to get through it - I just have to find the time now.

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  Reply # 518123 7-Sep-2011 15:01
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rscole86: Can you downsize your plan, while getting the same amount of data? Use your spare money on coffee/movies/dvds or whatever your heart desires, assuming it is legal.

or just to even it out, spend it on something illegal. 

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