The Internet's 'Six Strikes' Rule Is About to Clamp Down on Your Illegal Downloads
If you don't pay much attention to tech news, there's a good chance you haven't heard of the so-called "Six Strikes" copyright alert system, a new program that is being rolled out soon to crack down on illegal web piracy - downloads from Mega, BitTorrent, and the like.
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#1 Feb 8, 2013
There are still plenty of ways to protect your anonymity and download safely. For example: Seedboxes and VPNs ( https://sites.google.com/site/seedboxhowto/ ) People will just start learning to use new ways to download and get the movies / music / TV shows they want.
#2 Feb 11, 2013
This isn't going to solve anything - people are just going to flock to proxy and vpn providers to hide their ip address.
I myself just for the first time every signed up for a VPN with torguard.
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