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Dont know how many of you read Slyck P2P News but the MPAA has been on a roll lately.

They are suing lokitorrent , raided a college kid for 200,00 in pirated software , and arrested a 20 year old girl for hundreds of pirated albums. They are targeting all major torrent trackers and have already shut down many, At this rate I think they could win eventually.

It's almost scary to download off BT anymore, you never know who's watching that tracker and waiting for unsuspecting IP's.
 

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They seem to hit easy targets.

The majority of file sharers who pirate don't even live in the US.

China, Russia, India, etc...

MPAA/RIAA will have little or no authority in those areas.
 

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It'll never die. It's like the war on drugs, or terror, or whatever else. Some big fish will go down but it'll never die
 

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As Kane said it will never die. Even if BT isn't used anymore, give it a few months and I'll bet we'll see something new. P2P is evolving and isn't slowing down anytime soon. ;)
 

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Kaiser Sigma said:
P2P is like sex: it's just too big to be stoped.
That's one way to put it :lol:
 

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last time I check, the MPAA didn't control hentai :evil:

the probably of you being picked out of a 300 seed/peer torrent is about 0.3%.....using peerguardian or protowall, that percentile will be even less.

Sygate seems to be the most P2P-friendly firewall I used to date....always blocks the attempts made by comcast's abuse center :p

even if P2P is "defeated", it will go underground instead of attract media attention
 

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Also a new bittorrent client called eXeem is said to be released soon, and it won't need a tracker to operate... So the MPAA has nothing to take down =) .... and surely P2P will never die, it is just too big.
 

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What happened to the so called new "anonymous" p2p softwares that are supposed to be coming out?
 

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...plus they are sllloooOOOOoooow... Anonymising encryption requires quite a lot of power and bandwidth, iirc.
 

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ArchIBaLD said:
i have the eXeem beta :D
How is it, can you please give us your personal oppinion. And do u have a key? or just the beta. Beacsue anyone can download it but u need the key to get it to work.
 

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eh killing us would be sufficient actually ;) or you must have an autosearch and loader for your p2p application whichs keeps going on (and an hdd to back it up ;))... it would otherwise only continue until downloading has finished :p

nevermind my ignorant rant thats just my mind going on autopiot once again ;) older members know I sometimes do this ;)
 
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