ISP's deal with Government

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  1. olley

    olley Funster

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    After the passing of legislation last year to prevent illegal downloading, a deal has been agreed between the major ISP's and government it was announced today. If your ISP suspects you of illegal downloading they will send you an email telling you, you are a naughty boy, if you still continue they will send you up to three more, each one increasing in the severity of it tone, after that?






















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    Nothing, that's right, nothing, you won't be cut off, fined, kicked in the nuts or have a cross tattooed on your forehead. You can just continue downloading. What a joke.

    Ian
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    that's a relief :Wink:
     
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  3. Tincataylor

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    Phew..................:RollEyes:

    The Tinca's
     
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    What!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No Death Sentence:Eeek:
    If ever there was a cause to bring back hanging I thought this was it
     
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    Yup that's a government standing firm and protecting the film and music industries :thumb:

    Given the mandate "Call-Me-Dave" will be going off to Europe in 2015 and asking "if they'd be prepared to play nicer" :Doh:

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