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    sky shows support for deb

    This is a discussion on sky shows support for deb within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by IWasNotTheEnemy Why is it a discgrace to want to help enforce the law? If you're innocent you've ...

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Quote Originally Posted by IWasNotTheEnemy View Post
      Why is it a discgrace to want to help enforce the law? If you're innocent you've got nothing to worry about have you?
      That's not the problem. They need only suspect you're not innocent before cutting you off. Then it's left to you to prove your innocence while they hold your broadband hostage.
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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Only another 12 months to go then hello talk talk.

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      ...who will also quickly cave in to the bill. As long as you're not infringing copyright, you're fine.
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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Good job there are only believed to be 8.3 million file sharers in the UK then

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      ok i think i posted this in the wrong section oh dear nevermind ay but how do i encrypt my connection whats the best free software i can use because if this law comes into effect i want to avoid it kinda

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Why did I just know Sky would be one of the only service providers to support this bill ????

      I just knew they would. I can see them rubbing their grubby greedy hands together at the prospect of banning/cutting people off their rapidly filling network, to make room for more people to replace em and take more $$$$$

      If this bill was introduced to help the Music/Film industry from pirates....... i'm sorry i'm with the pirates everytime.
      With all the media hysteria,hype,reality TV b**l - musicians and filmstars have never been so rich.

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      yea proxy ip me to slick im not happy about it either i had a funny feeling sky would join the ranks they nerly did the last time when they where gonna join the bpi to tackle piracy thease isps shouldnt be snooping on users or companys either its personnel invading privacy

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Quote Originally Posted by slickric21 View Post
      Why did I just know Sky would be one of the only service providers to support this bill ????

      I can see them rubbing their grubby greedy hands together at the prospect of banning/cutting people off their rapidly filling network, to make room for more people to replace em and take more $$$$$
      how is disconnecting paying customers going to make sky money? even if they replace disconnected customers with new ones its not going to make them any money

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      taken away a customer and bringing in new ones just means they will have roughly the same amount or less because alot of people will probably move away from sky if they know this affect comes in which means sky will probably loose more customers than gaining customers

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      Re: sky shows support for deb

      Why did I just know Sky would be one of the only service providers to support this bill ????
      It is no longer a bill, it is an Act of Parliament.

      Sky as a major content provider could hardly do anything else. I would be very surprised if Virgin, another major content provider, did not comply without dissent.

      I came across an article on aaisp.net which is worth a read, in conjunction with the actual Act. Bear in mind that the writer says they are not a lawyer, so the suppositions made may be incorrect.

      Digital Economy Act

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