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    by Published on 10-04-2013 12:53 PM   
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    2. BitTorrent,
    3. Software,
    4. Internet
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    The Pirate Bay owners announced the release of new browser that was created for everyone who wishes to avoid censorship from his Internet Service Provider.

    New PirateBrowser is a bundle package that can be configured to circumvent the blockade for torrent sites launched in countries such as Iran, North Korea, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Italy and Ireland. ...
    by Published on 10-03-2013 09:58 PM   
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    2. FileSharing,
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    Up to $750 million in damages from Canada-based torrent site isoHunt is the price that The MPAA is hoping to receive. The movie studio group thinks that this will make others think twice before they start a similar website.

    IsoHunt and the MPAA have been battling it out in court for more than seven years and it’s still not over. The case now moves towards a trial from which the movie industry hopes to win a substantial sum in statutory damages, after the 2010 District Court ruling against the torrent site was affirmed earlier this year. How much compensation they’re aiming for, and how they hope to convince the jury was explained in the recent hearing from MPAA lawyer Steven Fabrizio. ...
    by Published on 09-30-2013 10:36 AM   
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    Below is the list of best five search engines for torrents. All sites provide easy search through various trackers and torrent sites at once with just few clicks. I sorted my list by quality and not by popularity. ...
    by Published on 09-29-2013 05:10 PM   
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    2. FileSharing,
    3. Internet
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    Never ending discussion starts from the main question: Is it right to obtain free content from the Internet?

    It has been the case for numerous years now that you can easily obtain the latest movies, music, and software; literally anything you want for free from the web. Many people argue that people who are involved in such activities have no morals, but is it as simple as that?

    Many of you reading this will be fully aware of how easy it is to download anything you want within a few clicks. All it takes is a search of Google and you’ll have numerous sites to download whatever your heart desires. The question is, just because you can, does it mean you should? ...
    by Published on 09-27-2013 04:23 PM
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    It is now confirmed that BitTorrent Sync has officially entered into public beta and can be downloaded for Windows, ...
    by Published on 09-23-2013 11:52 AM   
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    2. Internet
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    When you sign up to your internet hosting plan you will have a terms of service which you must agree to. These contain policies which you must abide to, if you don’t, you can face your internet being cut off from your ISP. But in many cases this action does not get used. However, recent changes in 2013 make it much easier for ISP’s to at least slow down your internet speed and even report your internet usage. ...
    by Published on 09-21-2013 11:57 AM   
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    2. FileSharing,
    3. BitTorrent,
    4. Internet
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    Company BitTorrent Inc. - developer of the most popular Bittorrent client uTorrent - launched a new file-sharing related project. The new service got a name "SoShare" and was released on February 15th.

    SoShare is a new service for sharing of files online. It focuses on online users, who need to send and receive large amounts of data regularly. It's rather inconvenient to send large files by e-mail or use a cloud storage because of their limitations. The new SoShare should help users to transfer large files without size and speed limits.

    The new service is a development of BitTorrent Labs department. It uses a cloud-caching principle and it is easy to guess that the technology is based on Bittorrent protocol. The main advantage of it is that the data recipient will be able to access files of the sender even if his computer is turned off. ...
    by Published on 09-19-2013 08:39 AM   
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    A new study published by the European Commission Joint Research Centre found that online piracy is not hurting legitimate sales of digital music products. The researchers studied the behavior of 16,000 Europeans and found that there is a positive relationship between Internet piracy and visits on legal music stores. The study concludes that the music industry does not have to worry about pirates.

    Such studies will be implemented in various forms and dimensions. All of them are designed to give an answer to the question: "Does piracy damages legal sales? ". It seems to be that the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, which is part of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, decided to put an end to this issue. With data from more than 16,000 European Internet users they determined which effect using of a pirated sites has on visiting online music stores.

    "It seems to be that the majority of music products consumed illegally would not be bought legally, also if the users had no access to the sites where it can be downloaded for free"- researchers say. ...
    by Published on 09-17-2013 12:03 PM   
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    Bittorrent Inc., the developer of Bittorrent protocol technology, launched new format of torrent files to give copyright holders the opportunity to earn money on their content.

    Bittorrent – the most popular Peer-2-Peer network to share files online generates today more than three percent of global Internet traffic. Millions of fans use torrents daily. With the new format “Bundle” Bittorrent is trying to improve their negative reputation because of huge amount of pirated content that is available in this network.

    Bittorrent Bundle allows the copyrighters to embed into the torrent file a new feature called "wall", which requires a user to take some action before downloading the content. The action could be an invitation for the users to pay a fixed sum, to make a donation, to sign up for email newsletter or to make a Like on Facebook. After successful action the file can be accessed. Otherwise, Bittorrent Bundle works in the same way as the usual "torrents" and it can spread content through the existing infrastructure. ...
    by Published on 09-15-2013 04:37 PM   
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    2. FileSharing,
    3. BitTorrent,
    4. Software,
    5. Internet
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    The company BitTorrent – developer of the popular torrent client uTorrent – released a client Sync for the Android operating system. The new program enables secure synchronization of files between devices and is available for smartphones and tablets.

    The principle of working of BitTorrent Sync is the same as that of Dropbox, Google Drive or “Yandex.Disk": the user himself creates a "magic" folder that can be accessed from any device connected to the Internet. The new service has a number of notable advantages over other "cloud" systems. ...
    by Published on 09-14-2013 07:11 PM   
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    This week Netflix rolled out its video streaming service in the Netherlands where it hopes to build a massive user base in the years to come. One of the keys to achieve this goal is getting the rights to the most popular movies and TV-shows, and this is where pirate sites come in. Netflix Vice President of Content Acquisition Kelly Merryman says that popularity on file-sharing platforms determines in part what TV-series the company buys. ...
    by Published on 09-11-2013 10:30 PM   
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    2. FileSharing,
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    Today millions users use Bittorrent technology to download verious types of files. The popularity of torrents leads ...
    by Published on 09-10-2013 09:41 AM   
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    In most cases, when you are trying to download an aged torrent, you will find most transfers will stop due to many reasons including the swarm having no seeds, not enough peers available to cover the full release and the tracking going down. However there is a site which may prove pivotal in completing your full download and that is btReAnnouncer.

    You’ll see many comments on BitTorrent sites which are pleading for seeds. You will also find as the torrents get older the 100% of seeds won’t be available anymore meaning the user will be stuck with the same amount completed. Unless a new seed appears with the remaining download, the user will be left without a complete file! ...

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