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KPN, UPC see no change in torrent traffic

Wednesday 11 July 2012 | 11:20 CET | News
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Dutch operators KPN and UPC have not seen any significant drop in torrent activity since June, they told news site Nu.nl. Since last month Dutch ISPs have been subject to a court order requiring them to block the file-sharing site Pirate Bay. Earlier the ISP XS4ALL said it had seen an increase in torrent activity, measured according to PC ports. While the Priate Bay website is blocked, there are ways to circumvent the ban or download files through other means. Brein, the digital rights group which sought the court order, said traffic to the Pirate Bay has declined. All the ISPs have opposed

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Categories: Internet
Companies: KPN / Nu.nl / Stichting Brein / UPC / XS4ALL
Countries: Netherlands
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It's perfectly legal to use a proxy, and I suppose your ISP doesn't mind either, since this was not part of the court order. You can find a list of proxies here: http://pirateblocked.com/
Sneal @ 12/7/2012 - 20:44


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