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Re: [videoblogging] ISP's becoming the enforcement arm of the RIAA?

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  • Ron Watson
    I wish that there were a Jerry Scroggins out here in rural Michigan. He s cool. Merry Christmas everybody! peace, Ron Watson http://k9disc.blip.tv
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 24, 2008
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      I wish that there were a Jerry Scroggins out here in rural Michigan.

      He's cool.

      Merry Christmas everybody!

      peace,

      Ron Watson
      http://k9disc.blip.tv
      http://k9disc.com
      http://discdogradio.com
      http://pawsitivevybe.com



      On Dec 23, 2008, at 6:19 PM, Jay dedman wrote:

      > > The way the new enforcement system will work is that the RIAA will
      > > alert an ISP that a customer appears to be file sharing. The ISP
      > will
      > > then notify the person that he or she appears to be file sharing. If
      > > the behavior by the customer doesn't change, then more e-mails will
      > > be sent. If the customer ignores these e-mails, then the ISP may
      > > choose to reduce service. If all else fails, they can choose to
      > > discontinue service.
      >
      > This is definitely a weird twist.
      > why would an ISP choose to kick off its users, lose subscription
      > money, and pay for the cost of policing copyrights that it doesnt own?
      > Here's a good story about his issue:
      > http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-10127841-93.html?tag=txt
      >
      > Im glad you're keeping on this story Heath.
      > Its important for us to make sure our ISP's remain neutral.
      > Im looking onto switching to a locally run Wireless Service....mainly
      > because I met the guy that owns it and he returns my emails.
      >
      > Jay
      >
      > --
      > http://jaydedman.com
      > 917 371 6790
      >
      >



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