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galloway92

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#155975 14-Nov-2014 21:25
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this is regarding the 3 notice anti download law

who has received a notice?

how are notices sent, through email or a letter in a post?



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  #1176126 14-Nov-2014 22:10
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Didn't even know what this was until I looked it up, sounds pretty bs to me, who gives them the right to see what I am doing on the net.

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  #1176128 14-Nov-2014 22:13
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Never heard of anyone I know getting one. 

Notices are sent via your ISP in whatever form you receive your bills. If you get your bills sent through snail mail you will receive a letter, if your bill is emailed to you then you will get an email.

You can read more HERE

 
 
 
 


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  #1176135 14-Nov-2014 22:26
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lNomNoml: Didn't even know what this was until I looked it up, sounds pretty bs to me, who gives them the right to see what I am doing on the net.


The law.

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  #1176144 14-Nov-2014 22:50
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You know how it works right? It only applies to p2p stuff. Basically the movie studios or record labels look at the peers on torrents and log the IP's then send complaints to the ISP's that that ISP belongs to

 

 

 

Lots of good info here http://3strikes.net.nz/

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  #1176156 15-Nov-2014 00:07
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Yabanize: You know how it works right? It only applies to p2p stuff. Basically the movie studios or record labels look at the peers on torrents and log the IP's then send complaints to the ISP's that that ISP belongs to   Lots of good info here http://3strikes.net.nz/


Would they also track if your torrenting books and comics?

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  #1176178 15-Nov-2014 07:11
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only think i have heard people getting a strike for is music

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  #1176180 15-Nov-2014 07:29
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galloway92:
Yabanize: You know how it works right? It only applies to p2p stuff. Basically the movie studios or record labels look at the peers on torrents and log the IP's then send complaints to the ISP's that that ISP belongs to   Lots of good info here http://3strikes.net.nz/


Would they also track if your torrenting books and comics?


Hopefully yes they do track books and comics

 
 
 
 


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  #1176194 15-Nov-2014 08:19
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I'm sure we can all agree it's been a raging success so far. I look forward to the extensions we gain once the TPPA is signed.




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  #1176199 15-Nov-2014 08:36
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No worries here - I have good taste in music which means I'll probably never get a notice. In all seriousness though the only people who have been caught have been downloading mainstream pop music that had just been released - I'm wondering whether the punishment should be for having bad taste rather than downloading copyright material.




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  #1176202 15-Nov-2014 09:28
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So how do they track you if you are behind CG-NAT? Perhaps the censor should be eying these providers too :)




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  #1176225 15-Nov-2014 10:33
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coffeebaron: So how do they track you if you are behind CG-NAT? Perhaps the censor should be eying these providers too :)


That's a good point - it would be impossible right? Unless the ISP records a massive amount of metadata about each customers traffic and matches it up when the notice is received

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  #1176257 15-Nov-2014 12:05
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We get sent notices all the time from various US studios.

Here's the kicker:

No one ever want to pay the fee we are entitled to charge for passing the notices on, so said notices end up in the department of no one cares.

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  #1176261 15-Nov-2014 12:27
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coffeebaron: So how do they track you if you are behind CG-NAT? Perhaps the censor should be eying these providers too :)


This is the interesting point. Our ISP provider EOL CEO somewhere in the newspaper mentioned that his network would not receive this 3 strikes because of the CG- NAT. He somehow use this as a selling point? I think that what was implied when I read the article





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  #1176275 15-Nov-2014 12:53
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nakedmolerat:
coffeebaron: So how do they track you if you are behind CG-NAT? Perhaps the censor should be eying these providers too :)


This is the interesting point. Our ISP provider EOL CEO somewhere in the newspaper mentioned that his network would not receive this 3 strikes because of the CG- NAT. He somehow use this as a selling point? I think that what was implied when I read the article


I suspect the answer to that question is: if the ISP receives a valid notice, it's their problem to figure out exactly who to send it to. 'It's pretty hard to do' isn't an acceptable excuse.




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  #1176281 15-Nov-2014 13:15
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myfullflavour: We get sent notices all the time from various US studios.

Here's the kicker:

No one ever want to pay the fee we are entitled to charge for passing the notices on, so said notices end up in the department of no one cares.


Exactly how it should be. You don't need such spam clogging up important inboxes. :D

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