I don't know if all college students out there should be alarmed or be worried about this, but I am pretty sure that some of you should be and better watch out. I have just witnessed an account of a person downloading a fake movie file and then getting a call from the campus judicial department about pirating movies! Now, our system is setup so that they can tell who generated what internet traffic. However, the only way for the school to be contacted by the MAKER OF THE FILM is if the maker of the film provided the fake file and traced the IP. At least, that is what I conclude. Correct me if I am wrong, but you all have read the stories about the crackdown and the film companines setting up bots to mess up the downloads with wrong filenames or blank movies. I suggest always using something like www.verifieddownloads.com. Hopefully the bots won't actually provide a real copy of the movie. And if you are a home user you probably have nothing to worry about. I think they are going after colleges because they have high bandwidth (therefore download a lot) and know that the university will do something about it (not exactly on the student side). I don't know if I should post the company specifically (I might be traced! but since I don't advocate piracy in any way then it is OK. Watch out for New Line Cinema... I have heard that Universal might be sketchy too.