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Internet users receive illegal downloading notices, but what do they mean?

If you like to download songs, movies or TV shows and recently received a copyright infringement warning notice – you’re not alone.

http://globalnews.ca/news/1848297/internet-users-receive-illegal-downloading-notices-but-what-do-they-mean/

Australia is crawling with leechers!

So if you’re a typical Australian who, with no shame at all, binges on American TV series and movies as much as I do, and are equally impatient with the delay in receiving access to this media, then you’re probably very much aware of that wonderful thing we know to be torrent websites. 554 more words

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Quebec court orders Bell ExpressVu to pay Québecor $137 million

MONTREAL — The Quebec Court of Appeal has ordered Bell ExpressVu to pay $137 million, including interest, to Québecor subsidiaries Vidéotron and TVA for failing to prevent the piracy of its satellite signal between 2002 and 2005. 47 more words

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Beware What You Download, The Internet Police Are Coming To Get You On A Computer Near You

There is some serious stuff going on in the world of internet piracy. So much so that a consumer group has warned that everyday internet customers who download TV shows, movies and music for free could soon be hit with massive fines, legal threats and skyrocketing internet bills. 1,814 more words

News And Society

Consumers In Dire Need Of Support

I’m sorry that I’ve done a lot of posts that haven’t been based on content recently and I was going to post about Whiplash (that’ll come tomorrow). 769 more words

Random Things

Illegally Downloading Or Streaming Anime ¯\(°_o)/¯

So this topic is one that can cause some controversy I guess and it’s about illegally downloading or streaming anime. Now I can already see the looks that many people have on their faces but I think that it is an interesting topic. 248 more words

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Internet users receive illegal downloading notices, but what do they mean?

HALIFAX – If you like to download songs, movies or TV shows and recently received a copyright infringement warning notice – you’re not alone.

As of January 1, 2015, internet service providers (ISP) are legally required to pass on these notices as part of Canada’s Copyright Modernization Act. 429 more words

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