I am sharing these, now come and try to sue my ISP. He will be having a laugh. Try go after the originating provider and they will tear you a new one.
It is nice to see that what they wanted was to misinform people about their rights.
Do you really think the ISP is going to favor you over the RIAA? Your faith in ISPs (the people against net-neutrality, the people that wish to impose asinine caps (e.g., Australia)) is fairly astounding.
What do you think is easier, potentially being taken to court by the RIAA (or at the very least, bothered by them) or just disabling your connection?
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