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ISP's to Crack Down on BitTorrenting
According to CNN, major internet service providers are beginning to track instances of BitTorrenting and recording IP addresses. People who are caught will receive warning letters, then possibly have their internet connection "throttled", or significantly slowed down. ISPs include Time Warner, Verizon, AT&T, Cablevision, and Comcast. A new warning system (the Copyright Alert System), developed by the Center for Copyright Information. If a customer feels they are being wrongly accused, they can ask for a review, which will cost them $35.
They try every year. It is not going happen
This has happened countless times. No need to worry.
Verizon has blocked access to, but I just use one of the millions of Pirate Bay proxies on the net.

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