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Johnatan56

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Gimli_

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IPv6 adoption in business and government is where the challenges lie, and then especially that last 10% that require the legacy protocol to work. IPv6 single stack means eradicating all of IPv4. It is a significant challenge that will require regulation even in the west
 

cavedog

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Sure? I'm talking about from a piracy point of view of an ISP giving up info.
I assume ISPs would keep logs of who's doing what on IPv4 any ways?

Yes but it's the same for IPv4 also. CGN makes it a bit ticky but still there.

ISPs only hand over info to the Police or when compelled by a court order from a court that has juristiction in SA.
 

Vorastra

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Yes but it's the same for IPv4 also. CGN makes it a bit ticky but still there.

ISPs only hand over info to the Police or when compelled by a court order from a court that has juristiction in SA.
So using IPv4 or IPv6, while torrenting, make zero difference then? If they want to get you, they will?
 

cavedog

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So using IPv4 or IPv6, while torrenting, make zero difference then? If they want to get you, they will?

Pretty much that is why all ISPs have it in the terms. That said if someone alledge you comitted a crim it still needs to be proven. Your IP is not proof.
 

Brother Dusk

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Yes but it's the same for IPv4 also. CGN makes it a bit ticky but still there.

ISPs only hand over info to the Police or when compelled by a court order from a court that has juristiction in SA.
Any clue regarding settings on rocketnet?
 

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