said by AVonGauss: said by NetFixer:
And there you go again proving my point by ignoring the fact that the business class TOS/AUP makes CAS/6 strikes irrelevant.
You are representing an opinion, yours, as a fact
. Regardless of the original posters underlying intentions, the question of whether or not the Six Strikes mechanism and policy applies to business accounts is quite valid and apparently not one that anyone here currently has an answer for.
I personally know one person on a business class account that got a single DMCA notice from comcast with the wording that this was the only warning, any additional DMCA requests for that account would result in account termination per the TOS. The person admitted to me that they had torrented a recent and popular movie, and the movie title was listed in the DMCA letter.
Based on that fact, I assume comcast business class enforces their AUP. I hold the opinion that if there were a large influx of new business class users who also generate a large influx of DMCA notices, this enforcement would not decrease. That is indeed an opinion. The fact that the TOS already covers DMCA violations and spells out the response (account termination with ETF) leads me to believe CAS would not apply, and existing policy would.
I suppose we will find out, if people try this route.--
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