|reply to Tanshin |
Re: Suspected = guilty no matter what
said by Tanshin:I think you misunderstand how this will work. It will still be MPAA & RIAA contractors monitoring P2P traffic, identifying violators, and then notifying ISPs. The ISPs won't be monitoring all P2P traffic themselves looking for violations. They only get involved AFTER someone else makes the accusation.
I suppose you could argue that there wouldn't be anti-p2p IP sniffers on those torrents, but how do you know that ISPs still won't classify it as pirating in a hasty manner? What if they want to save money and will just start looking at P2P in general (I believe Comcast throttles all P2P traffic already)? When an ISP accuses somebody of pirating, are they required to provide justification?
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Ah, well that makes me feel better then. If it was just ISPs then this would be totally wrong :P
|reply to FFH |
Cox has been doing this already for years. Matter of fact, most ISP's do.