As a general matter, copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner. A notice received from Bulloch Telephone typically refers to the distribution of copyrighted movies, music, software, or other digital files.
How am I distributing these files?
Peer-to peer (P2P) networks are the most common way to distribute files. A P2P network is a group of devices from many users that share files. Not all P2P networks are illegal, but by using these networks to distribute copyrighted material is illegal. When using a P2P network to download copyrighted material, you are connecting your device to others around the world who are distributing material. The fact you are downloading this material is not considered a violation, but uploading it back to others is. Typically, the software used to connect to these networks will upload data back to users while you are downloading. Some software will continue uploading these files as long as they are on your machine.Read More...
Your IP address was logged trying to access a remote server that you do not have authorization to. We were notified of the attempt from the administrator of the system and contacting you on their behalf. The most common reasons this has happened is either malware on one of your devices or you are trying to hack into a system. From here, Bulloch Telephone makes two suggestions. If you are trying to hack into a server that doesn’t belong to you, stop. If you’re not sure how to hack into a server, then you probably just need to run a virus scan on your devices. If you don’t have a virus scanning software, there are many free options online. We highly recommend paying for one or contacting an IT repair/support shop for assistance.
Bulloch Telephone Coop currently provides 3 different Internet packages/speeds 25/3, 100/10, and 1000/100.See Prices Here...
25meg down by 3 meg up is adequate for most.
100meg down by 10 meg up is good for those who:
1000meg (1 gig) down by 100 meg up. This is our premier service. This is good for:
Wi-Fi is separate from the services described blow. In the “Why can’t I get full … “ section. With Wi-Fi there are a number of reasons why you cannot get the speeds that you would like. Below are several rules or guidelines about Wi-Fi speeds
The reason that “I’m not getting what I’m paying for” when it comes to Internet speeds can very drastically. First you should never judge the quality of the service we are providing to your home by the speeds that you are getting over a Wi-Fi connection (see FAQ #3) or from a gaming console.