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  1. Well, according to their submission to the Australilan government regarding piracy, that is what they want you to believe. http://torrentfreak.com/bbc-isps-should-assume-heavy-vpn-users-are-pirates-140908/ What baffles me that not only do they believe that VPN usage must equal piracy by assumption, but they also want to monitor the amount of bandwidth that you use via a VPN connection as well. Are they really that daft to think that this will even work? What if you work from home via a VPN? Use encrypted communications with your company? Download and upload large files you're working on to the company servers? Not to mention that they won't be able to see the content inside a VPN connection, just the size, is what really gets me, and to base that on pure assumption that you're a pirate is an absolute joke. Submission is located here: http://www.ag.gov.au/Consultations/Documents/OnlineCopyrightInfringement/OnlineCopyrightInfringement-BBCWorldwide.pdf
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