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    madbeer's Avatar brewed locally BT Rep: +1
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    So what are the chances of getting a letter from an organization that does not like what I am doing? (hypothetically)

    What precautions can be taken?

    One could:
    use a block list (peer guardian)
    use TOR to anonymize HTTP requests while browsing tracker
    use TOR to anonymize tracker communication
    use BT protocol encryption
    not bt at all

    am i missing anything?

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    LOL I think you are running 10 years ahead in Ireland

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    tor link please
    http://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=146759&dateline=1186088996

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    ever heard of google?
    http://www.torproject.org/ ..
    if you are using private trackers the probability you get caught is quite low..
    but you never know how bored these people are^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbeer View Post
    So what are the chances of getting a letter from an organization that does not like what I am doing? (hypothetically)

    What precautions can be taken?

    One could:
    use a block list (peer guardian)
    use TOR to anonymize HTTP requests while browsing tracker
    use TOR to anonymize tracker communication
    use BT protocol encryption
    not bt at all

    am i missing anything?
    The true is this,u cant be 100% safe from these organization as long u useing torrent,sure there are some crap like PG or IPfilter but they cant protect u to say u are 100% sure they cant catch u (all)...

    but at least u can do for your self is to use PG and IPfilters


    http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    Quote Originally Posted by madbeer View Post
    am i missing anything?
    get filesharing legalized changing these damns laws...

    I think you live in a democratic country... where laws comes becouse the citizens wants them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yayyyyyy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by madbeer View Post
    am i missing anything?
    get filesharing legalized changing these damns laws...

    I think you live in a democratic country... where laws comes becouse the citizens wants them!
    Democracy is only for the rich and powerful. They will never pass a law which would allow us to usurp our owners/leaders.

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    non-rented, non-usa private ftp server with heavy duty encryption . much safer than p2p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukee View Post
    non-rented, non-usa private ftp server with heavy duty encryption . much safer than p2p.
    safer? How?

    lets say you are in the US and your private ftp server is in some other country. you still need to download the content from your private ftp server (albeit over an encrypted link), so the potentially copyrighted material would still be on your HOME hdd (even if you were streaming shit).

    I agree the chances of getting caught are slim (unless your part of a major release group who is putting out unreleased material). I just don't want there to be any chance at ALL. iTunes is looking better and better every day.

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    Using PG helps some...encryption is useless unless it's forced end to end or ssl. From what I understand, Tor is risky...hackers will eat you alive if your not on your toes. Best advice..try to stick to the private trackers, the smaller the better.
    "It's not what ya got, it's what you give."
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