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WTF!?! # ISPs MONITORING for COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT # Is It NOW SEEN As TERRORISM?

 
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]

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Limitless Surveillance and the Death of Privacy: Inside the FISA/Echelon Spy Grid
While the public was preparing to ring in the New Year, the US Senate was busy passing the FISA Amendments Act extension to continue the US warrantless spying program in the name of the war on terror. As critics like MI5 whistleblower Annie Machon point out, however, the Anglophone world has already had these powers for decades under the Echelon system.
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Five stars for you Roxy! I wouldn't back down though. Get a VPN outside the country and max our your bandwidth downloading anything of value to you. If the VPN is encrypted and done right, they can't touch it, and you will get your money's worth from the connection.

If that doesn't max your bandwidth, become a TOR node and help others in the cause of freedom.

Punish any ISP that has any loyalty other than its customers and itself.
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
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Am I?
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02/27/2013 06:28 PM
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Fuck em.
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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LET THEM! How are they gonna get the money when unemployment's up? Are they going to build more jails?
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
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Am I?
 Quoting: RoXY

Not.

I'm interested what goes on in the US because all major 'scheme of things' - trends - at first happen in the US and than blow our way.
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"Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Scheme Starts Today, With Mystery Punishments
by Ernesto
Feb 25 2013

Today the controversial "six-strikes" anti-piracy system kicks off in the United States. Soon the first BitTorrent users will receive so-called copyright alerts from their Internet provider and after multiple warnings subscribers will be punished. But, what these punishments entail remains a bit of a mystery. None of the participating ISPs have officially announced how they will treat repeat infringers and the CCI doesn’t have this information either.

Today the MPAA and RIAA, helped by five major Internet providers in the United States, will start to warn BitTorrent pirates.

The parties launched the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) and agreed on a system through which copyright infringers are warned that their behavior is unacceptable. After five or six warnings ISPs may then take a variety of repressive measures.

The scheme was initially announced during the summer of 2011 and after a series of delays it goes live today.

“Over the course of the next several days our participating ISPs will begin rolling out the system,” CCI Executive Director Jill Lesser just announced.

“Practically speaking, this means our content partners will begin sending notices of alleged P2P copyright infringement to ISPs, and the ISPs will begin forwarding those notices in the form of Copyright Alerts to consumers,” she adds.

CONTINUE: [link to www.informationliberation.com]

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They are not the law of the land.
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
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Go back to flipping hamburgers.
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it must be marvellous to be an 'artist'

you do ONE job, and get paid all your life for it

sweet!

it's a bit like me getting paid over and over again for each and every delivery I do, or a plumber being paid every time someone flushes a Lincoln log away

hey, tell you what, why don't they just force us all to open a mandatory direct debit from all of our bank accounts, let's say 50% of our wages every week? how's that 'artistes', will THAT make you happy?

this is what is wrong with the world, in a fucking nutshell. Mediocre people, with a modicum of 'talent', EXPECTING to suck on the tit of the public's money, for some screeching they did once upon a blue moon.

this madness HAS to end. it HAS to!
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
 Quoting: FTM

Am I?
 Quoting: RoXY

Not.

I'm interested what goes on in the US because all major 'scheme of things' - trends - at first happen in the US and than blow our way.
 Quoting: RoXY


clappa
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Government employees sitting at their desks are the biggest infringer's out there. I bet they're gonna be exempt.
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ISPs Now Monitoring for Copyright Infringement
By David Kravets
02.25.13

The nation’s major internet service providers on Monday said they are beginning to roll out an initiative to disrupt internet access for online copyright scofflaws.

The so-called “Copyright Alert System” is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was pushed heavily by record labels and Hollywood studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision Systems, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

CONTINUE: [link to www.wired.com]
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Your in the Netherlands, why the fuck are you posting as if you live in America?
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why should you care where this person is or how they present their information? ... roxy's threads are always important, informative, and comprehensive for the members of this site
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when in doubt,blame the Illuminati!
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CISPA cyber bill resurrected in Congress
Feb 13, 2013
During President Obama's State of the Union speech on Tuesday night, the commander-in-chief touched on the subject of cybersecurity. Obama announced that he has signed an executive order to strengthen America's cyber infrastructure, and on Wednesday Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, along with other members of Congress resubmitted the Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act, the bill known as CISPA that failed to reach the Senate during the last Capitol Hill session.
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I know if you actually download a movie from a certain movie streaming site(no need for naming) Comcast will send you a warning message but if you just stream movies from said site nothing will happen.
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I know if you actually download a movie from a certain movie streaming site(no need for naming) Comcast will send you a warning message but if you just stream movies from said site nothing will happen.
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Yeah, all I've seen referenced is P2P, nothing about streaming or direct downloads.
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Sweet, now i can torrent twice as much!
Don't blame the puppet in the white house, blame the system he came up in.

:gtable:
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Copyright Alert System Launches


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Might want to look into getting retroshare
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Cablevision to Suspend Repeat Copyright Scofflaws, Comcast to Hijack Browsers
By David Kravets
02.28.13

Comcast is to begin hijacking browsers of its internet subscribers who are detected of repeatedly infringing on public file-sharing networks while Cablevision Systems said it would suspend subscribers for 24 hours after their fifth offense.

The punishment comes as the nation’s biggest internet service providers this week began rolling out the so-called “Copyright Alert System,” which is backed by the President Barack Obama administration and was heavily pushed by the recording and movie studios.

The plan, more than four years in the making, includes participation by AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon. Others could soon join.

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Six Strikes: The Copyright Alert System Is Live!
Techfeed's Annie Gaus joins us to give the lowdown of the CAS, the new copyright alert system being implemented by ISPs. Will you lose your internet connection? See the segment for an in-depth look at the new law.


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they will have nobody to rent the services if everyone who downloads is stopped
no customers no money no good for business
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I don't care where poster is from. They're disseminating info that people need to know.

Also I get all my tunes and videos from YouTube, the #1 source of pirated content on the internet.
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Does this mean all of our traffic is being monitored?

But that's illegal. They can't even eavesdrop on a phone conversation without a warrant.
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At least you still have your freedom. LOL
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Does this mean all of our traffic is being monitored?

But that's illegal. They can't even eavesdrop on a phone conversation without a warrant.
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They tried the same thing in NZ and Aussie, but they could not enforce it because it was against the Privacy Act to log you internet usage.

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