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About yankeegal52

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  1. Here's the thing - if we try to upload, our ISP CUTS US OFF. In other words, our ISP monitors our downloading and uploading and somehow knows when we're "seeding". When it determines that we're file sharing, it cuts off our Internet service. How do I know this? Because it's happened on at least two occasions. We were told they don't care if we download, but since uploading is considered "piracy" due to copyright laws, it is therefore illegal. And since it is considered illegal use of the Internet, they have the right to cut off our Internet service. And they have, twice. The last and final warning was that the third time would be final. We don't want to lose our high-speed Internet service, so we CANNOT upload/seed. Is that a good enough answer for you?