This sort of presents an interesting question - who is actively using an encrypted VPN? Is this something that may just be standard like having an anti-virus installed?
Here's an example of VPN services from lifehacker.
Interestingly down in the comments of that lifehacker someone suggested getting an EC2 microinstance from Amazon.. install 'openvpn.net', and only running it when you need to. Heck... the amazon pricing for a micro 'on demand' instance is $0.02/hr.
That might be an interesting sub option.
Any thoughts on how this will shake down, or is how long the 'Copyright Alert System' will last?
The Copyright Alert System only monitors peer-to-peer traffic from public BitTorrent trackers. That means they're not looking at private BitTorrent trackers, email attachments, file lockers, or anywhere else. Basically, if you're not using BitTorrent you have nothing to worry about.
This post has been edited by modi123_1: 28 February 2013 - 09:23 AM