This seems new. They don't send DMCAs unless you're uploading or torrenting. It's not Comcast who requests it, it's the company who owns it that says they caught you downloading. That's not possible with direct downloads.
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I thought the rule with emulation is that if you own a legally purchased physical copy of the game, you’re not breaking the law.
That's always been a myth.
The law has never been about your possession of the data. It's about your right to copy it (copyright).
When you buy a game you purchase the license to use it in the exact form you bought it in. You're not automatically permitted to upload it your PC or anything, regardless of the fact that it's a product you bought.
Because the data is considered under a different set of laws than the physical product you bought (which you can otherwise do whatever you want with).
I've been using torrents for years on Xfinity and have gotten nothing [no VPN]. I'm talking music, Blu-ray movies, full seasons of TV series, etc.
What client are you using? It's usually the sharing that gets you popped, not so much the downloading. Turn down your Upload speed and max clients allowed per upload. Also, kill the transaction the moment your download finishes.
comcast is dumb. they have been calling me about giving back an old crappy modem for 2 years. I have no idea what happened to it and I moved out of their coverage area. not mailing that thing even if I find it.