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Thread: Downloading movies, music can hand you the status of a criminal under TPP

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    Downloading movies, music can hand you the status of a criminal under TPP

    The Internet will soon be quite different, as downloaders of illegal software, movies and songs will be seen as criminals and will be cracked down as criminals are under TPP.

    You might be wondering how come this will happen? Well, the WikiLeaks documents dump from Trans-Pacific Partnership trade calls for internet service providers to provide IDs of all the users who are involved in downloading of anything that is deemed illegal to download.

    The documents dumped were analyzed by ZDnet who identified the documents asking for identities of any person downloading illegal stuff. Though, this is only limited to the nations who are part of the TPP.

    What that means is that all the ISPs that come within the agreement will have to track all the data downloaded and report if they find any suspicious data being downloaded.

    ZDnet also reflected on one more important point that they found in the documents.

    They found a big difference in the earlier versions of the agreement and the new one, in the earlier ones the cost of tracking down the users was on the actual owners of the materials.

    But, in the new version all the costs have been shifted to the ISPs, the document states that:

    “Expeditiously remove or disable access to material residing on their networks or systems upon obtaining actual knowledge of the infringement.”

    This clearly reflects on how both the ISPs and the users in upcoming would be under the pump.

    Though, this agreement is not finalized yet, but according to WikiLeaks the latest version leaked to the public is final and would be agreed on soon.

    What is The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a proposed trade agreement between twelve Pacific Rim countries concerning a variety of matters of economic policy.

    However, it is under massive criticism since the beginning, even by the online hacktivists Anonymous who hacked U.S. Census Bureau in July 2015 and leaked a trove of confidential data against the TTIP/TPP.
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    @whiteLight On one side ISP trailing to speed up internet to Gigabytes & on other they are snatching download power of user. What are we will going to do with high speed internet?

    After reading all such news I feel to
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteLight View Post
    The Internet will soon be quite different, as downloaders of illegal software, movies and songs will be seen as criminals and will be cracked down as criminals are under TPP.

    You might be wondering how come this will happen? Well, the WikiLeaks documents dump from Trans-Pacific Partnership trade calls for internet service providers to provide IDs of all the users who are involved in downloading of anything that is deemed illegal to download.

    The documents dumped were analyzed by ZDnet who identified the documents asking for identities of any person downloading illegal stuff. Though, this is only limited to the nations who are part of the TPP.

    What that means is that all the ISPs that come within the agreement will have to track all the data downloaded and report if they find any suspicious data being downloaded.

    ZDnet also reflected on one more important point that they found in the documents.

    They found a big difference in the earlier versions of the agreement and the new one, in the earlier ones the cost of tracking down the users was on the actual owners of the materials.

    But, in the new version all the costs have been shifted to the ISPs, the document states that:

    “Expeditiously remove or disable access to material residing on their networks or systems upon obtaining actual knowledge of the infringement.”

    This clearly reflects on how both the ISPs and the users in upcoming would be under the pump.

    Though, this agreement is not finalized yet, but according to WikiLeaks the latest version leaked to the public is final and would be agreed on soon.

    What is The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a proposed trade agreement between twelve Pacific Rim countries concerning a variety of matters of economic policy.

    However, it is under massive criticism since the beginning, even by the online hacktivists Anonymous who hacked U.S. Census Bureau in July 2015 and leaked a trove of confidential data against the TTIP/TPP.
    This can of course go in many ways. But I think the position is getting weaker, if the responsibility is being shifted to ISPs. Kinda comparing apples to oranges, but relatively recently in my country there was anti-piracy initiative, trying to impose a %fee on all "blank storage" sales (CDs, HDDs, memory cards, flash drives etc). Implication was that these mediums are being/may be used for piracy purposes. It failed, because it would make all buyers to pay for that, even though just the very small % would participate in being a pirate

    Of course there are some countries in Europe where you absolutely will get in trouble if you are not careful with your torrents, but then there are some where it's not gonna happen any time soon. Will it ever? Most likely. But not now

    Looking at the TPP countries.. I wonder just how seriously the governments of some countries will want to crack down on this.
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