|reply to tmc8080 |
Re: not needed..
An At&t subscriber agrees not to commit copyright infringement as per their terms of service. I don't think upholding the terms of service that a person openly agrees to with an extremely lenient policy is limiting a person's personal liberties.
If they told you that you would receive a strike every time you used Twitter or Amazon or DSLReports, then your personal liberties would be limited. But getting a slap on the wrist for violating federal copyright law, violating a company's terms of service, and most likely breaching your contract if you agree in your contract to not violate the terms of service.... A 6 strikes policy almost seems generous.