> TorrentFreak talked to several VPN providers who confirm that interest in their services has increased. Some even reference the strikes scheme in their “marketing”, such as BeeVPN who highlighted in a blog post that people may want to protect themselves from being wrongfully accused.
There should be a concerted effort to spam every email address in the internet with these '6 strike warning emails'... If every single user believes that they are in danger of having their internet cut-off, throttled, or such then the out cry will be huge. Further, it will eventually have several advantageous secondary effects: (1) People will rapidly come to ignore such warning as just more spam, and (2) It will flood the ISP with aggrieved calls and emails proclaiming innocence.
Didn't wanna go through all the replies to your comment, so it has probably been mentioned, but get a VPN.
You can access American stuff by changing it to an american IP and acces stuff like Hulu, Pandora, etc.
People have been saying HBO isn't that good in America, so if you get a VPN provider that lets you change the IP adress to any of the Norwegian countries you can get access to all of HBO series for about the same as Netflix (granted you sign up for 6 month)
Mediahint is free and works for the american stuff, but if you want the last option you might need to spend a few bucks.
BeeVPN should do it, but there should be tons out there.
The AnyConnect profiles are XML files- they are located here
%ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile
Just paste that path into a Windows Explorer window, hit enter, and it will load. Copy one of the files there and use your BeeVPN connection settings in the new profile.
Jeg ved ikke om BeeVPN.