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    Only allow/block certain computers to connect

    This is a discussion on Only allow/block certain computers to connect within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; A good point, the other users are not bound by Sky's T & Cs, so the actual 'contractee' could be ...

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      Re: Only allow/block certain computers to connect

      A good point, the other users are not bound by Sky's T & Cs, so the actual 'contractee' could be held liable for misuse. I certainly wouldn't want the paedophile or phonograph cops knocking my door down for someone else's misdemeanors. I think I would have to know someone really well before I would allow them to share my connection.


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      Re: Only allow/block certain computers to connect

      …or indeed heavily-armed anti-terror cops breaking down the door at 4am.

      I'm a landlord myself, and if I had tenants whining about how they want broadband but they're not prepared to commit themselves to a 12 month contract, I wouldn't give the time of day, tbqh. They're presumably adults so they can either sort it out between themselves or if they can't, they'll just have to do without.

      And I try as much as I can to make sure that the required rent only covers the accomodation and nothing else. Things like TV licences, utilities and stuff like that are left to the tenants. For one thing, if the tenants are on benefit, I want to make sure their benefit claim covers the whole of the rent, which it will if there are no extras included like electricity and gas. And for another thing, if the tenants don't pay their bills, they're the ones who get into trouble, not me. The same would apply to Internet access.


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