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That's near 5 years, quite a bit, think most of Europe will get there naturally within the next few years due to IP exhaustion, think Asia will have the same and they'll probably beat the targeted timeframe.All levels of industry and government told to get moving, consumers encouraged to buy new Wi-Fi routersgo.theregister.com
@webafrica now sitting at 48% IPV6 adoption, @AfriNatic have shot up to 10%. Good things happening at these two. One can only hope Telkom, Vodacom, MTN, CellC and the others can catch a wake-up. (CoolIdeas?.... too much to ask)
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?
So using IPv4 or IPv6, while torrenting, make zero difference then? If they want to get you, they will?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.