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Old 01-05-2012, 12:36   #31
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Re: Virgin Media Site Blocker

My guess is, now Hollywood have got the Courts to order ISP's to implement a ban on TPB, the next step will be to try to get the Court's to order ISP's to filter their networks for infringing media.

Massive penalties will then be levied on the ISP's for falure or non-compliance.

Bottom line, BB charges will increase and us punters will end up paying to fix Hollywood's problem.
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Which is why they haven't cared about implementation costs so far - they aren't the ones paying for it.
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Old 01-05-2012, 20:38   #33
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Maybe I should ask the isp's to ban all my competitors as its losing me £1000 every time they get someone and I have lost 2.5billion this year alone.
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