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Thread: Authorities Crack Down On Net Piracy

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    WASHINGTON ? Undercover investigations into Internet piracy identified more than 100 people in the United States and abroad involved in the theft of more than $50 million worth of music, movies and software, U.S. authorities said Thursday.
    read more on the site below
    usatoday.com

    mmmm
    u think they were using PeerGuardian
    with a super modifed blocklist file (thanks to Blocklist Manager)


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    Interesting article, thanks for the link.

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    Well the FBI had to intervine sooner or later or otherwise nothing would have done.

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    in an effort to dismantle organizations known by such names as Fairlight, Kalisto, Echelon, Class, Project X and APC
    There talking about big cracking groups. Damn they make some of the best no cd cracks for some games that I have bought legit.

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    Illegal film downloading triples - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/3692999.stm

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