A full guide and info can be found at the above link.
Virgin Media in the UK has announced that it is working with the music industry to chase down its file-sharing customers and disconnect them from the internet. At the same time, it will offer an enhanced service which will see its customers get free Usenet binaries access, untraceable by the music industry.
Anyone familiar with Virgin Media’s advertising (previously Telewest/Blueyonder) will recall their TV commercials over the last couple of years which centered round the ability to download greater and greater amounts of media, faster than ever before.
Their ‘Best Things in Life Are Free’ TV campaign, complete with eye-catching computer graphics, with movie and musical themes throughout left the viewer with a clear message: if you want to download music and movies quickly (for free), join us. Now, in 2008, the situation has changed dramatically. Kind of.
According to a report, the ISP has had a change of heart and will be working in collaboration with the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Starting with a pilot scheme, the BPI will deviate from its stated policy of not going after individual file-sharers by targeting Virgin Media customers on P2P networks and reporting them to the ISP.
All that said, seven day retention is rather weak and will require active monitoring of news to get the most out of it (that's what the nzb section on this site is for people, I encourage its use and please do post rips if you have them!)
Newsgroups sounds very interesting, but I must admit that I didn't understand the tutorial you wrote. Although I am an "IT guy". So probably others will have difficulties to understand it as well. I definitely read it again and maybe I can help to clearify or simplify it afterwards - if you don't mind of course.
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