Stunt player Harry O'Connor was killed when he hit a pillar of the Palacky Bridge in Prague, para-sailing during one of the actions scenes. Just watch it, take it for what it is, and go with the flow.The accident occured while filming the second take of the stunt; O'Connor's first attempt was completed without incident and can be seen in the completed film. Vin Diesel plays an "extreme protester" recruited by "The Man" to accomplish some vague mission.
In 2011, Rogers executive Pam Dinsmore (Rogers owns ) told a Parliamentary committee that just a third of customers who were warned about allegedly violating copyright were sent a second notice about another possible offence, and only a third of those given second notices had to be scolded a third time.
Evidence from Britain and France tells a similar story.
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Ever since 1999, when millions of Internet anarchists turned to Napster to share copies of the latest Backstreet Boys song, debate has raged about how to turn off the seemingly infinite tap of copyrighted music, movies, TV and other unauthorized digital content available for free online. The so-called “notice-and-notice” provisions of the 2012 Copyright Modernization Act came into effect on Jan. Now if someone at your IP address is suspected of downloading an unauthorized copy of , Disney, which owns the rights, can send a notice to your Internet service provider about the alleged infringement. Getting a notice doesn’t mean you’re being sued or facing charges, and Disney, or any copyright holder, can’t get your personal information without a court order.
The law is designed to crack down on people who practise peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing using systems like Bit Torrent that make files on a computer—and its unique IP address—visible to others and therefore easily tracked. copyright violators can be sued for hundreds of thousands of dollars, while in Britain, repeat offenders can have their Internet slowed to a crawl or even, in extreme cases, suspended.
Fifty-nine per cent of self-described British content pirates said they’d stop if they received a warning notice from their ISP.
Under France’s now-repealed copyright law, which required ISPs to suspend service after three copyright offences, warning letters were shockingly effective—95 per cent of those handed a first notice stopped illegal downloads.
ISPs like Bell and Rogers face a penalty of at least ,000 for failing to forward notices to users.