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Polonia - say goodbye to public WiFi America


berni23 7 | 379
15 Jan 2013 #1
"During the coming weeks the controversial "six-strikes" anti-piracy system will kick off in the U.S."

"Among other things, offenders will have to watch a video about the consequences of online piracy, before their speeds are reduced to 256kbps."

What this basically means is that, if public hotspot owners dont implement rigorous filters, they will be shut down pretty soon.
And that not necessarily for infringing any copyright mafia laws, since not everything on Rapidshare or every Torrent is copyright, although they would like you to believe so.

"Leaked AT&T documents showed that they will block users' access to some of the most frequently-visited websites on the Internet, until they complete a copyright course."

So, congratulations from Europe on combating the copyright murders and free access to information.

But hey, you still have your guns to play with.
4 eigner 2 | 831
15 Jan 2013 #2
But hey, you still have your guns to play with.

hey, you still got your little beef whistle to play with and I bet you enjoy it very much, don't you berni?
MarcinD 4 | 135
15 Jan 2013 #3
Public WiFi spots?

90% of (responsible) users have a password on their Network. 99% in high traffic areas like apartment complexes or college areas.
smurf 39 | 1,981
15 Jan 2013 #4
..and this has got what to do with Poland?
Harrys Papa
15 Jan 2013 #5
Cuz its Americanisation happening in world and Poland also not Globalisation!
smurf 39 | 1,981
15 Jan 2013 #6
Sorry, try again Harrys Papa. It still hasn't got anything to do with Poland. :P
OP berni23 7 | 379
15 Jan 2013 #7
hey, you still got your little beef whistle to play with and I bet you enjoy it very much, don't you berni?

Thats it? Troll yourself back to your cave.

90% of (responsible) users have a password on their Network. 99% in high traffic areas like apartment complexes or college areas.

What does this have to do with how users log on? They log in or not, the provider gets warnings deservedly or not, hotspots are shut down. Simple as that.

..and this has got what to do with Poland?

Its in the Polonia USA forum, some important info for Poles living there, or not?
Harrys Papa
15 Jan 2013 #8
Thats it? Troll yourself back to your cave

is that coming from a immigrant from cameroon?soory my bad or from wadiyan:))
OP berni23 7 | 379
15 Jan 2013 #9
LOL Nobody is talking to you.
smurf 39 | 1,981
15 Jan 2013 #10
soory my bad or from wadiyan

Is that really you?
Oh Heavens, this place might become bearable again...if that's you man, I've a legal land question for ya in the thread about partition
AmerTchr 4 | 201
15 Jan 2013 #11
Doubtful that this will affect public wi-fi availability in the US. At worst, my guess is that the coffee-houses and restaurants will put some time restrictions on their networks and block known piracy sites as the Internet continues to mature and more tools become available.

As for Poland applicability, move it to the lounge if it doesn't fit the section.....
OP berni23 7 | 379
15 Jan 2013 #12
OK, im giving up, here is a collection of the best answers so far:
3.

coffee-houses and restaurants will put some time restrictions on their networks

2.

90% of (responsible) users have a password on their Network.

1.

Oh Heavens, this place might become bearable again

:D
Seems like everybody is an expert nowadays. :(


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