It depends. If someone in your home is pirating movies, TV or music, you'll start receiving warning notices. The first couple will be friendly emails or calls telling you someone is pirating copyrighted content on your connection. From there, your ISP could throttle your data speeds or block out certain sites. Your service would only go back to normal once you've contacted your ISP. While this sounds like harsh punishment, it's actually better than the way piracy disputes are currently handled. It gives you a chance to talk to anyone in your house who is misusing the connection, or lock down your wireless network instead of receiving a surprise lawsuit from the MPAA or RIAA. If you want to watch your favorite shows and movies online legally, I can tell you how
WIt's the perfect time to start sending out your annual Christmas cards. You could buy your cards at a store, but those aren't always very spectacular, and don't give back to the community. What if you could help those in need by buying your Christmas cards elsewhere? You can!