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    Default Card Sharing cu Tripple Dragon sau Dreambox

    Sunt curios daca a incercat cineva sau face cineva card sharing cu Triple Dragon sau Dreambox? Si cum merge daca da. Sunt din Canada si cum compatrioti nostri din SUA cer 37$usa pe trei canale/luna ma gandeam sa incerc cu cativa prieteni sa impartim costul unui abonament cu un card sharing. As fi recunoscator daca cineva mi-ar putea da niste informatii.

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    Probabil ca intrebarea este prea simpla ptr userii din Ro dar noi cei din NA santem la pamant cu CS-ul. Pot sa confirm ca CS ptr Dish Network si Bellvue merg super cu Dragonul si mai mult ca sigur si cu Dreambox. Daca mai ai putina rabdare, niste baieti de treaba vor pune la cale un CS network foarte convenabil ptr canalele Ro-Globecast din North America.

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    Problema e ca noi, cei din Europa, nu avem acces la satelitii americani. Va dati seama ca e greu sa dam verdicte in acest caz. Oricum, atat Dreambox-ul cat si TD-ul merg super in sharing. Ramane ca voi sa vedeti cu ce emu-uri lucreaza in cazul vostru, de asta depinzand si tipul de server. Puteti eventual sa luati legatura cu cei care activeaza pe http://www.curious-contraptions.com/forums/index.php

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    Vino pe adresa indicata de nrares si intr-o saptamina o sa fie ceva info postat.
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    Ce spuneti de ce scrie aici... End Card Sharing ?
    Written by Administrator
    Monday, 02 January 2006
    European broadcasters and media companies are strengthening their efforts in combat against pay-TV piracy while EU legislators still haven’t developed proper laws. AEPOC Board of Directors’ gathered on October 11th.


    AEPOC members pointed out the need to develop legislative acts, making anti-piracy efforts more efficient. According to the participants’ opinion, current law is not precise enough and needs to be adjusted and reformed.


    During the meeting AEPOC members reported common actions that were taken in cooperation with other anti-piracy organisations from outside the EU like CASST and CASBAA. That was possible because of an agreement between these organisations concerning information exchange.

    AEPOC is about to continue discussions on how to stop piracy. The latest organisations concern is card sharing via internet, steps leading to stop this practice have already been made (from satkurier).

    Sursa http://satnews.ovh.org/ Paulino

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    Uite ce scrie aici:
    French Parliament Votes to Allow Web File Sharing (Update1)

    Dec. 22 (Bloomberg) -- The French Parliament voted last night to allow free sharing of music and movies on the Internet, setting up a conflict with both the French government and with media companies.

    If the amendment survives, France would be the first country to legalize so called peer-to-peer downloading, said Jean-Baptiste Soufron, legal counsel to the Association of Audionautes, a French group that defends people accused of improperly sharing music files.

    The law would be a blow to media companies that increasingly use the courts worldwide to sue people for downloading or sharing music and movie files. Entertainment companies such as Walt Disney Co., Viacom Inc. and News Corp.'s Fox say free downloading of unauthorized copies of TV shows and movies before they are released on DVD will cost them $5 billion in revenue this year.

    ``The deputies used this vote to show their independence from the government, but they don't know what they are doing,'' Nicolas Seydoux, chief executive of French cinema company Gaumont SA, said in an interview on France Inter radio. ``We are not trying to ban anything, just to make sure the work of others isn't stolen.''

    The government can overturn the amendment, either by re- opening debate or if the Senate votes it down when the bill moves to the upper house. French Culture Minister Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres has asked that parliament re-open debate on the amendment today, Agence France Presse reported.

    The amendment, which is attached to a bill on intellectual property rights, states that ``authors cannot forbid the reproduction of works that are made on any format from an online communications service when they are intended to be used privately'' and not for commercial use.

    Parliamentary Debate

    Parliament is debating a bill that would transpose a 2001 European Union directive on intellectual rights into French law. The government had introduced articles into the bill that would make file-sharing akin to counterfeiting, punishable by prison sentences of up to three years and fines of up to 300,000 euros ($355,000).

    Consumer groups such as UFC-Que Choisir had protested the government's proposed bill.

    The amendment voted at about midnight yesterday, which would replace the contested articles, was introduced by Alain Suguenot, a deputy from the ruling Union for a Popular Movement.

    The amendment was approved 30 to 28, with 22 members of the UMP voting in favor. While there are 577 members of the lower house, few were present for last night's vote.

    `At Risk'

    ``The vote puts the livelihoods of people in the music and film industry at risk,'' Gaumont's Seydoux said.

    Soufron of Audionautes said any system that allowed unlimited downloading could be accompanied by a system similar to the royalty tax that exists for blank compact disks and DVDs.

    Under the amendment, Internet service providers would pay part of their revenue to Sacem, a group that has handled artists' royalties since 1851, Soufron said. Details of the payments are not in the amendment. The group redistributed 578 million euros to musicians last year.

    Legal music downloading sites such as Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes have French-language sites, as do major music companies such as Vivendi Universal SA. Last night's amendment would allow someone having bought a song from one of those sites to share it with family or friends.
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...8&refer=europe

 

 

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