18°C, mixed, but nice.
CA: 20.
Blimey- I have an email that warns of copyright violation on my home internet account. So this evening, I spent my time adding filters to the firewall. The time consuming part is where legitimate services become blocked and I have to allow them.

Service- ADSL Broadband Service has been used to download copyright material. The infringing material relating to-

Evidentiary Information:
Initial Infringement Timestamp: 06 Jun 2013 11:43:24 GMT
Recent Infringement Timestamp: 06 Jun 2013 11:43:24 GMT
Infringers IP Address:
Protocol: BitTorrent
Infringed Work: Paranormal Activity 4
Infringing File Name: Paranormal Activity 4 (2012) [1080p]
Infringing File Size: 1611048660
Bay ID: e468159c10d0e6f1da3c1a5fe55175112f0b7109|1611048660
Port ID: 50474

Ten gig a day.


Henri Fantin-Latour

7°C, overcast. Awaiting proper rain?
New lodger is better than the last. In many ways an ideal lodger- quiet, doesn’t make a mess in the kitchen and pays up on time. But, what is if doing that uses 10 gigabytes a day? It’s a problem when the monthly cap is only 30GB. He says it’s a Netflix account. A bit of web research suggests that even high def films run at 3.5Gb an hour. That’s an enormous amount of saved viewing time. That leaves another, rather worrying possibility- file sharing. Not all the files shared are illegal of course, but the possibility remains.
visit a painting today. It’s been a while and the gallery have moved it.