koreybOpen the Canadian Market NOWReviews:
East York, ON
|reply to TSI Marc |
Re: Why we are not opposing motion on Monday.
I can see both sides of this, but I can understand why TSI is taking this approach.
The copyright laws have all been changed in Canada, which I knew this was going to open this kinda thing up. We didn't scream loud enough and now we have to deal with the aftermath.
TSI could be defiant and refuse to comply, but this could turn into a hugely costly defence, with likely no chance at winning, and end up with TSI being sued for the info. They are letting the courts decide before they hand the info over, which I think is a great approach. They are being very transparent, which is also a great idea, but some people on here who are demanding they go against what the law now lets them do is just not realistic.
I think TSI is doing much more than any other ISP would have done. The BIG 3, would have handed your info over without your knowledge, and you would have been blind sided once your getting sued.
We can sit here and argue the short comings of this approach, or we can ask the government to clear this up.