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UK internet providers to collect data on illegal downloaders - reports

05.09.2013 07:22

Media companies have asked UK broadband providers to collate info on illegal downloaders, which could violate data protection laws. Those caught committing piracy could be subject to internet throttling and even prosecution.

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Peter Jennings 12.09.2013 09:59

The music industry as we have come to know it is a dinosaur going through its death throes. The people at the top of these companies are the pirates, just ask any musician that has had the misfortune to sign up with these parasites.

 

Sridhar Chakravarthy 05.09.2013 14:10

R2D2 05.09.2013 11:50

Good luck Steve with all this tech stuff; but I don't listen to there stupid music about some guy wanting a shag, or watch there silly movies about America saving the world!

  


Cannot Agree more than it.. Cheers Mate !!!

 

Piere 05.09.2013 13:45

Steve Smith 05.09.2013 11:00

To avoid being caught, download peerblock and opra tor via the tor project. Stick it to the man! You will also notice while using the peerblock program many companies ranging from BT to Vodafone to the UN sharing these illegal copies to farm ip addresses which they make money by selling these addresses to the relevant companies and organisations that then proceed with your prosecution. So more illegal personal data sharing on their part.

  


Cheers! i will try peerblock and Tor Project, its new too me, but hope all will go well.

 

NSA_BOT 05.09.2013 12:54

Steve Smith 05.09.2013 11:00

To avoid being caught, download peerblock and opra tor via the tor project. Stick it to the man! You will also notice while using the peerblock program many companies ranging from BT to Vodafone to the UN sharing these illegal copies to farm ip addresses which they make money by selling these addresses to the relevant companies and organisations that then proceed with your prosecution. So more illegal personal data sharing on their part.

  


I cannot recommend against TOR strongly enough, though peerblock has worked for me for years. Be sure you update your lists

 

Steve Smith 05.09.2013 11:00

To avoid being caught, download peerblock and opra tor via the tor project. Stick it to the man! You will also notice while using the peerblock program many companies ranging from BT to Vodafone to the UN sharing these illegal copies to farm ip addresses which they make money by selling these addresses to the relevant companies and organisations that then proceed with your prosecution. So more illegal personal data sharing on their part.

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