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Net Neutrality » Post #4

Thu Jul 13, 2017 03:29 in General Talk

Very sad decision.

Thankfully Eu-countries are protected from this kind of tyranny by law.

In October 2015 the first EU-wide Net Neutrality rules were adopted.


Our commitment to net neutrality
EU rules on net neutrality (open internet) apply as of 30 April 2016, following the adoption of Regulation (EU) 2015/2120 on 25 November 2015.

This regulation is a major achievement for the Digital Single Market. It creates the individual and enforceable right for end-users to access and distribute internet content and services of their choice. Common EU rules on net neutrality ensure that the same provisions apply across Europe.

The rules enshrine the principle of net neutrality into EU law: no blocking or throttling or discrimination of online content, applications and services.

Every European must be able to have access to the open internet and all content and service providers must be able to provide their services via a high-quality open internet. Under these rules, blocking, throttling and discrimination of internet traffic by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) is not allowed in the EU, save for three exhaustive exceptions (compliance with legal obligations; integrity of the network; congestion management in exceptional and temporary situations) and users are free to use their favourite apps and services no matter the offer they subscribe to.

All traffic has to be treated equally. This means, for example, that there can be no prioritisation of traffic in the internet access service. At the same time, equal treatment allows reasonable day-to-day traffic management according to objectively justified technical requirements, and which must be independent of the origin or destination of the traffic and of any commercial considerations. Common rules on net neutrality mean that internet access providers cannot pick winners or losers on the internet, or decide which content and services are available.

The rules also give certainty for internet access providers and providers of content and applications to offer specialised services with specific quality requirements, including necessary safeguards to ensure the open internet is not negatively affected by the provision of these services. Specialised services cannot be a substitute to internet access services, can only be provided if there is sufficient network capacity to provide them in addition to any internet access service and must not be to the detriment of the availability or general quality of internet access services for end-users.

The role of regulators and BEREC guidelines
National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) will have to monitor market developments. They will have the powers and the obligation to assess traffic management, comercial practices and agreements and to effectively enforce the Regulation.

NRAs will also have to ensure that the quality of the Internet access service reflects advances in technology. They are empowered to set minimum quality of service requirements on Internet access providers and other appropriate measures to ensure that all end-users enjoy an open Internet access service of good quality.

On 30 August 2016 the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC), in close cooperation with the Commission and after consulting stakeholders, issued guidelines for the implementation of the obligations of NRAs in order to contribute to the consistent application of this Regulation. The guidelines will help NRAs to assess inter alia agreements and commercial practices and ''specialised services'' against a common benchmark, and to reach consistent decisions and enforcement actions.

Many countries slams EU, But they do shine through once in a while :thumbup:

Australia is dying...tasman1 » Post #7

Tue Jul 04, 2017 04:19 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: How are the social wealthfare system in Australia Tas, Is it ok?


Bad

max payment fo pensioner and people with no job is around 16000 a year

Min pay for full time job around 38500 a year

As we all know one on min pay is very very poor ,

38500 =poor ...compare that with pension of 16000


Hospitals ?... waithing list around 4-5 years
University .. nothing under 80000

and so on and on
Bad

Australia , from one of the best in the world to ......shit now

max payment fo pensioner and people with no job is around 16000 a year

That's what a person under 30 and with no children/job get's in Denmark, And it's not even pension, If you're over 30 it's about 800 Aus$ more.

The pension in Denmark goes from about 2000 Aus$ to 3000 a month depending on the disability of the person.

Yes i see why you think it sucks.

Australia is dying...tasman1 » Post #6

Tue Jul 04, 2017 03:53 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: More from July 1,,,Australian govt say no inflation here :mrgreen:

Unit rates will increase by 19 per cent as changes are made to the way the government calculates rates for apartments and units.
Car registration fees will rise by 5 per cent
Anyone caught parking in a disabled car space without a permit will pay $600
Camping fees will increase by 20 per cent
Federal government changes will see the price of some digital products including streaming services such as Netflix increase by about 10 per cent as the GST is applied.


And read this

While fees and charges are going up for average Australians from Saturday, the new financial year brings good news for some of the most senior public servants and politicians in Canberra.

Departmental secretaries have been given annual pay rises of up to $17,000-a-year, including Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet boss Martin Parkinson, who will be taking home $878,000 a year.

Federal politicians will secure a tax cut from Saturday as the Coalition's deficit levy is lifted

So the Australian prime-minister earns nearly a million $ per year (Christ almighty), Our prime-minister earns roughly 250.000$ a year, Sounds like a wage party going on in the Australian parliament.

Australia is dying...tasman1 » Post #4

Tue Jul 04, 2017 03:41 in General Talk

Sad to hear Tas.

Yes!! Prices are rising but peoples wage's stay the same, I heard from one of my friends in England that they're having similar problems (Or worse even) Many people in brittain are now forced to visit food banks or getting a special electricity-cabinet installed with a coin slot.

Denmark is not quite there yet (But wer'e going the same way), It's only a matter of time. We're a sugarcoated nation with one of the most expensive healthcare systems in the world (Sadly it's bankrupt) , Now it's being streamlined with a budget cut of 2% a year (That hurts).

Copenhagen is now the 10th most expensive city in the world and nearly as expensive as New york which is number 9 (Maybe i should just move) and you can't get a 2 room for less than 1000$ (I'm talking about the cheap ones here).

We even managed to overtake London in the new statistics from 2017 (That's no small feat).

How are the social wealthfare system in Australia Tas, Is it ok?

Engagetv is good alternative to replace ptc » Post #16

Mon Jul 03, 2017 11:52 in General Talk

hlrive wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
hlrive wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
MLivePro wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Oh!! That's how it's working.

Watched 6 videos but it only changed from 1 watched out of 3 to, 2 out of 3 (Took only 8 minutes) :lol:


Don't tell anyone... but if you click to the end of the timer on each video, you get to the ads more quickly!!

Ha ha funny guy.

I've never used engagetv before, So if you skip the entire video you'll still earn?

Does your comment include an (S) as in sarcastic or not?

Actually I would not advise doing that they can ban you from watching them and take back any earnings you have made even from months earlier. It is a way to cheat them.

Ok, Thanks for warning.

My problem with engagetv is that the 3 ad never shows, Kind of a scam if you ask me :thumbdown:

The only 2 that I have ever had any luck with is the food videos and the ap videos. The other ones never seem to show any ads. If you don't see any ads after the first 4 videos close it and try another one.

The food videos is also the only ones i've tried yet, It always begins with a add, Then it takes 3-6 videos for the 2nd to show, watched videos for over 30 minutes yesterday but the 3rd never came.

Then it's simply not worth my time.

Engagetv is good alternative to replace ptc » Post #14

Mon Jul 03, 2017 11:19 in General Talk

hlrive wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
MLivePro wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Oh!! That's how it's working.

Watched 6 videos but it only changed from 1 watched out of 3 to, 2 out of 3 (Took only 8 minutes) :lol:


Don't tell anyone... but if you click to the end of the timer on each video, you get to the ads more quickly!!

Ha ha funny guy.

I've never used engagetv before, So if you skip the entire video you'll still earn?

Does your comment include an (S) as in sarcastic or not?

Actually I would not advise doing that they can ban you from watching them and take back any earnings you have made even from months earlier. It is a way to cheat them.

Ok, Thanks for warning.

My problem with engagetv is that the 3 ad never shows, Kind of a scam if you ask me :thumbdown:

The end of ClixSense? » Post #43

Sun Jul 02, 2017 07:16 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine wrote: It was for Tasman ^^

OK :silent: :silent:

The end of ClixSense? » Post #41

Sun Jul 02, 2017 06:57 in General Talk

CroqueMitaine wrote: Your point is invalid. People who voted are people who can leave the site. The matter that it represent only a small percentage doesn't matter.
Do you think people who were only clicking will come to the site just to watch the server time ? They have nothing to do

People tend to judge with their Feelings/Emotions when things change, Some reconsider/some don't

I've never said it goes for everyone, So please stop that nonsense please!

The end of ClixSense? » Post #37

Sun Jul 02, 2017 06:46 in General Talk

It's always like this when big changes are made, After a while people calm down when they're used to it.

I remember some Croatian/Australian guy mention something about leaving Clixsense after their loss of Paypal.

:lol:

Engagetv is good alternative to replace ptc » Post #8

Sun Jul 02, 2017 05:15 in General Talk

MLivePro wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Oh!! That's how it's working.

Watched 6 videos but it only changed from 1 watched out of 3 to, 2 out of 3 (Took only 8 minutes) :lol:


Don't tell anyone... but if you click to the end of the timer on each video, you get to the ads more quickly!!

Ha ha funny guy.

I've never used engagetv before, So if you skip the entire video you'll still earn?

Does your comment include an (S) as in sarcastic or not?

Engagetv is good alternative to replace ptc » Post #6

Sun Jul 02, 2017 04:35 in General Talk

MLivePro wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: You can get paid to watch 3 video you can earn 1 cents.

It's called engagetv


You are wrong.... you have to watch 3 ADVERTS on EngageTV... you get nothing for watching the actual videos.

Oh!! That's how it's working.

Watched 6 videos but it only changed from 1 watched out of 3 to, 2 out of 3 (Took only 8 minutes) :lol:

Removal of ClixAd and Clixgrid » Post #76

Sun Jul 02, 2017 03:08 in General Talk

Sad to see the ptc go, But at the same time it's understandable.

Hope Clixsense will be able to offer some well paid surveys or some other kind of rewarding system that sets this site apart from others.

Who wouldn't want Paypal back (hrm hrrrm) I didn't say that ;)

SHOW ME THE MONEY JiM!! :D

Removal of ClixAd and Clixgrid » Post #75

Sun Jul 02, 2017 03:01 in General Talk

Not if the videos are 3 minutes long :roll:

Hottest day ever: 129.2 degrees in Ahvaz, Iran » Post #5

Sat Jul 01, 2017 09:20 in General Talk

That's insane.

In Denmark it's 15 degrees, Our summer is litteraly raining away.

I can't even comprehend how 53 degrees would feel like with the humidity we have over here.

Our brains would be hardboiled like an egg :mrgreen:

Americans think choco milk comes from brown cows » Post #28

Fri Jun 23, 2017 08:48 in General Talk

Chocolate milk comes from BROWN COWS!! :lol: :lol: :lol: Yeah right (Americans)

Next up, Attention attention!! White milk comes from white cows (Ain't going to be fooled again) :roll:

Been ill and down in the dumps :( » Post #33

Tue Jun 13, 2017 09:22 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote:
Queensheeba wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote:
Queensheeba wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote:
Queensheeba wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote:
Queensheeba wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Hey I got a cellar :D :D :D :D you can rent very cheap :lol:
Seriously marcel?
Looks like my prayers have finally been answered,btw will that be in rupees,pound or euros? :)
Can kitty be my pillow? :D

Probably Euros ,and you mean Hope? My crazy cat can only be handled by me..


Don't ya worry both you and Hope are child's play,I will soon have you both under manners
:D

Pindo style ;)

The words "Epic Fail "comes to my mind :lol:

we'll no harm in trying eh? Right now I need to unleash some pressure,kinda slowly I guess,dnt wann smear your much loved leather gear now ,do we
Oh I can use a new sparring partner :lol:


Sparring partner eh? Wow truly a gentleman you are :o

Niko did you hear that? Marcel wants to practice boxing on me?
I'm already a wreck and he wants to finish me off boo hoo :cry:


Nah what? In my part of the world women are always screaming they want to be equals.....so there you go :lol:

They are equals, But yes!! some of them haven't found out yet.

And NO!! Pindo, Marcel are not out to punch you or beat you up in any way.

In Denmark we say hello!! and hug, In the Netherlands they'll just punch you instead, Think of it as a warm hug and remember to hit even harder in return (It's intead of a usual greeting) How are you is followed by an uppercut :D

Been ill and down in the dumps :( » Post #12

Mon Jun 12, 2017 13:11 in General Talk

Queensheeba wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Hey I got a cellar you can rent very cheap :lol:
Seriously marcel?
Looks like my prayers have finally been answered,btw will that be in rupees,pound or euros? :)
Can kitty be my pillow? :D

Hi Pindo, Long time no see ;)

My apartment in Copenhagen is too expensive, So you could be my roomie (If you dare) :lol:

I also need someone to wash the dishes while i relax in the living room :D

Get better soon, OK? :thumbup:

Back in England again! » Post #20

Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:08 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Clixsense should have a payment processor especially for women, That pays in shoes :mrgreen:


Cool , man like to drink from female shoes [ if shoes are not worn :mrgreen: ]

:lol: I can drink from a female's shoe anytime, It's just extra flavour.

Mmmm female shoes, Kinky ;)

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2318

Fri Jun 02, 2017 04:29 in General Talk

Beefcakepoop wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Sunny music... :lol:


Insane Clown Posse - Boogie Woogie Wu - YouTube

Hahaha forgot all about those insane clowns, thanks for reminding me :thumbup:

Nikorj wrote: madonna and accept? seems i've been abandoning this thread for too long.

Helloween: How Many Tears (1986) - YouTube

Volbeat - The Garden's Tale (Official Video) - YouTube

Yeah but you came back, so my strategy worked :lol:


Insane Clown Posse - Another Love Song

Clown's are scary, Even Ronald Mcdonald is freaking me out :lol:

Hmmm let's see what we can dig up.

Green Jelly - Three Little Pigs - YouTube :lol:

This one is a little obscure and very unknown. Euphoreon - Every cloud has a silver lining - YouTube ;)

Back in England again! » Post #17

Fri Jun 02, 2017 03:57 in General Talk

Clixsense should have a payment processor especially for women, That pays in shoes :mrgreen:
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