Dutch anti-piracy organisation puts system in place to hunt down frequent uploaders

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The Dutch anti-piracy organisation Brein is going to use an automated system to find internet users that frequently upload illegal files. The organisation hopes it’s able trace and stop illegal uploaders at large scale.

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:confused: [B]FOR CRYING OUT LOUD![/B] :confused:

The only ones they will ever be able to reach is Jane and John Doe aka the common man, and not those they would like to get to - they are long gone already.

It really makes me so sad I can not help but using capital letters. Why can they not see what is bleeding obvious to the rest of us :confused: :Z


#3

Why can they not see what is bleeding obvious to the rest of us

Because they live in ivory towers with their heads shoved up in their *sses…:bigsmile:


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[QUOTE=roadworker;2763751]Because they live in ivory towers with their heads shoved up in their *sses…:bigsmile:[/QUOTE]
Amen!


#5

Great, now Brein is jumping on the cyber-stalking band wagon. Leave it to a company that hates giving users the freedom to share, to also conduct surveillance that should be illegal, but probably isn’t.


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[QUOTE=Xercus;2763746]:confused: [B]FOR CRYING OUT LOUD![/B]It really makes me so sad I can not help but using capital letters. [B]Why can they not see what is bleeding obvious to the rest of us :confused:[/B] :Z[/QUOTE]

Because they see us as cattle and think they own the slaughter house.