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Going to jail for streaming a youtube video?
Seems like entrapment that consumers pay for themselves.
vendor: Hey would you like to watch a movie? Here, just take it.. its free.
vendor: your under arrest. Im a cop you idiot. [/arnoldvoice]
wow. i will take notice.
My coworker just got one these yesterday:
"This message is to advise that Cox Communications has received a notice claiming that you are using your Cox High Speed Internet
service to post or transmit material in violation of U.S. Copyright
law. We have included a copy of the complaint, which identifies the
party raising it and the material claimed to be infringing."
- no fuckin' way. what happens now?scarabin
- do you get a cease and desist warning or do they immediately commence fucking you?scarabin
- This was from something he downloaded on demonoid, which I use religiously.DRIFTMONKEY
- It's a warning..just stop doing it. I got the same one a coupl of years ago.ok_not_ok
- i know people who get these 3 or 4 a month. The person I know doesn't give a shit. I think I'd lay low for a while.Gucci
people still use torrents?
will this affect my hotline server?
Do any of these laws allow for the modern equivalent of lending a book to a friend?
OK. What's the best way around this?
anybody know which (or all?) isps are cooperating?
anything happening with this? any of you got a notice?
I hear they are keeping records and in year 2021 will arrest the entire population of the U.S.
If I torrent a Futuram episode, I get a letter. If I stream it on demand (free) via the channels website - no letter.
What's the difference? Idiotic.
Torrents are the new vinyl.
They send this guy out