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nothing00

join:2001-06-10
Centereach, NY
reply to 88615298

Re: Oh well....

And to possibly prosecute 314 people is it worth the millions in dollars that ISPs had to pay to implement these systems? Money that everyone will pay in the form of higher bills?

Yeah, that's what I want to do. Pay higher bills for a content enforcement regime that's accountable to no one that produces no results.


88615298
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join:2004-07-28
West Tenness
said by nothing00:

And to possibly prosecute 314 people is it worth the millions in dollars that ISPs had to pay to implement these systems? Money that everyone will pay in the form of higher bills?

Yeah, that's what I want to do. Pay higher bills for a content enforcement regime that's accountable to no one that produces no results.

The point is the anti-6 strikes people claim that millions of innocent people will get wrongfully kicked off the internet which in France has NOT happened. So they really need to quit using that as an argument. There are plenty of LEGIT reasons why this is stupid. Making up hyperbole doesn't help.


DataRiker
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join:2002-05-19
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said by 88615298:

The point is the anti-6 strikes people claim that millions of innocent people will get wrongfully kicked off the internet which in France has NOT happened. So they really need to quit using that as an argument. There are plenty of LEGIT reasons why this is stupid. Making up hyperbole doesn't help.

This is not France.

We already have lawyers testing the water on mass lawsuits against unnamed persons.

A "strike" takes way less effort and oversight than a lawsuit, so why should we think any different?