|reply to shikotee |
Re: Copyright - Roles and Responsibilities of ISPs
I was thinking the other night and something occurred to me:
VDSL customers - they're forced to rent Bhell modems correct? Since they are Bhell property and merely being rented (in the same way TSI "rents" the last mile) does this not make it part of their network and subject to the ISP protections as a result?
|reply to Arcturus |
said by Arcturus:I'm linking to my personal blog so that I don't fill threads up with my opinions, and it's a lot easier to format those opinions (which are multimedia) in blog form. Those interested in my opinions can click on the links I provide. Those who are not, are not forced to scroll down lengthy posts and are forced to load up multimedia links while doing so. When I do post both the post and link, it's forum edicate to link back to the source article.
If you have opinions/discussions in relation to this please keep it on this forum, and save your personal blog links for somewhere else maybe?
Just trying to be forum friendly, however what I'm commenting on is not just for TSI customers, which is why they are blog posts as well. Copyright and copyright trolling is a national and international topic. And I will continue to post my oppionions on both this forum and my blog.
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said by jkoblovsky:
it's forum edicate to link back to the source article.
Umm, maybe "etiquette" ? If you aspire to be a wordsmith, get the right ones in your arsenal.