The major ISPs have a new anti-piracy system, but how they implement it is up to them.
Worked on this most of the day, and very satisfied with how it turned out.
"A Time Warner Cable representative told Mashable that it will not throttle customers’ data plans or terminate service under CAS mitigation. Time Warner Cable customers accused of piracy will receive a series of alerts which, if they are ignored, will lead to customers experiencing a browser lock until they call Time Warner Cable representatives for an instructional conversation about copyright and legal methods of downloading content.”
Yikes. Thanks for the good work on this, Alex. It’s a much-more-useful explanation than this video.