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    Snackster.net is a powerful cookbook program that redefines how people will get their recipes. Snackster.net is the world's best peer to peer recipe sharing program. Unlike other popular file sharing networks Snackster.net is dedicated to only cooking.

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    Shut that cuntís mouth or Iíll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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    You have got to be kidding me.

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    FBI at it again&#33;&#33;&#33;


    Raids Seek to Break Web Piracy Rings


    Justice Department sweep targets global &#39;cookin warez&#39; groups distributing recipes, ideas, and secrets.


    Pressing on in its fight against illegal Internet distribution of copyright-infringing materials, the U.S. Department of Justice today announced a massive antipiracy sweep of at least 120 locations worldwide, including 80 domestic searches in 27 states.


    The FBI, coordinating with law enforcement in at least 10 foreign countries, has seized computers and servers said to be holding at least &#036;50 million worth of illegally pirated material.


    Tonight on "Tech Live," we&#39;ll show you what agents seized in an Arizona raid connected to what the Justice Department has dubbed Operation Fastcook.


    Agents raided various locations in the United States, while other raids were conducted in Singapore, Israel, and European countries including Great Britain, Belgium, Denmark, France, and Germany.


    Operation Fastlcook resulted in the seizure of 200 computers, including more than "30 computer servers" that are said to have been functioning as storage and distribution hubs for pirated materials. These pirated materials include cookbooks, recipes, and other dangerous material. One server reportedly contained 65,000 separate pirated titles.


    There were no arrests in the United States, and the DOJ was unable to confirm any arrests overseas.


    "Operation Fastcook dealt a serious blow to some of the most well-known and prolific online theft organizations," Attorney General John Ashcroft said in a prepared statement. "Over the past few months, the Department of Justice&#39;s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section and the FBI and its cyber-division worked closely with our foreign counterparts to achieve unprecedented levels of international coordination in this worldwide enforcement effort.


    "Investigators and prosecutors across the globe," he added, "worked for months to develop the evidence leading to yesterday&#39;s enforcement action."


    Also seized were an undisclosed number of "elite" servers containing highly sought-after materials and "new releases," which are not yet available to the general public.


    Operation Fastlink also identified nearly 100 individuals worldwide who are allegedly involved in illegal online piracy. Ashcroft&#39;s remarks after the raids specify that many of the individuals are leaders and/or high-level members of some of the most well-known international "cookin warez" release groups, with names including PastaPirates, Salt, SugarNspice, Glass, and Project Pepper, all of which specialize in pirating computer games.


    In his remarks, Ashcroft said that cookin warez pirates can, "with a single keystroke, distribute illegally millions of copies of stolen recipes and secrets."


    According to the DOJ, the department has increased its number of Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property, or CHIP units, from one to 13 in the last three years. This growth, the DOJ says, will undoubtedly result in many more searches and seizures in the world of international pirating syndicates.


    "The amount of international coordination and cooperation in this effort is unprecedented," the attorney general said. "Our efforts send a clear and unmistakable message to those individuals and organizations dedicated to online theft: Real world geography and virtual world cloaking can no longer protect those who steal copyrighted material."
    Shut that cuntís mouth or Iíll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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    This entire topic is a joke...right?

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    Originally posted by hungrylilboy@16 May 2004 - 10:22
    FBI at it again&#33;&#33;&#33;


    Raids Seek to Break Web Piracy Rings


    Justice Department sweep targets global &#39;cookin warez&#39; groups distributing recipes, ideas, and secrets.


    Pressing on in its fight against illegal Internet distribution of copyright-infringing materials, the U.S. Department of Justice today announced a massive antipiracy sweep of at least 120 locations worldwide, including 80 domestic searches in 27 states.


    The FBI, coordinating with law enforcement in at least 10 foreign countries, has seized computers and servers said to be holding at least &#036;50 million worth of illegally pirated material.


    Tonight on "Tech Live," we&#39;ll show you what agents seized in an Arizona raid connected to what the Justice Department has dubbed Operation Fastcook.


    Agents raided various locations in the United States, while other raids were conducted in Singapore, Israel, and European countries including Great Britain, Belgium, Denmark, France, and Germany.


    Operation Fastlcook resulted in the seizure of 200 computers, including more than "30 computer servers" that are said to have been functioning as storage and distribution hubs for pirated materials. These pirated materials include cookbooks, recipes, and other dangerous material. One server reportedly contained 65,000 separate pirated titles.


    There were no arrests in the United States, and the DOJ was unable to confirm any arrests overseas.


    "Operation Fastcook dealt a serious blow to some of the most well-known and prolific online theft organizations," Attorney General John Ashcroft said in a prepared statement. "Over the past few months, the Department of Justice&#39;s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section and the FBI and its cyber-division worked closely with our foreign counterparts to achieve unprecedented levels of international coordination in this worldwide enforcement effort.


    "Investigators and prosecutors across the globe," he added, "worked for months to develop the evidence leading to yesterday&#39;s enforcement action."


    Also seized were an undisclosed number of "elite" servers containing highly sought-after materials and "new releases," which are not yet available to the general public.


    Operation Fastlink also identified nearly 100 individuals worldwide who are allegedly involved in illegal online piracy. Ashcroft&#39;s remarks after the raids specify that many of the individuals are leaders and/or high-level members of some of the most well-known international "cookin warez" release groups, with names including PastaPirates, Salt, SugarNspice, Glass, and Project Pepper, all of which specialize in pirating computer games.


    In his remarks, Ashcroft said that cookin warez pirates can, "with a single keystroke, distribute illegally millions of copies of stolen recipes and secrets."


    According to the DOJ, the department has increased its number of Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property, or CHIP units, from one to 13 in the last three years. This growth, the DOJ says, will undoubtedly result in many more searches and seizures in the world of international pirating syndicates.


    "The amount of international coordination and cooperation in this effort is unprecedented," the attorney general said. "Our efforts send a clear and unmistakable message to those individuals and organizations dedicated to online theft: Real world geography and virtual world cloaking can no longer protect those who steal copyrighted material."

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    Anyone tried this yet?

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    Originally posted by Barky@16 May 2004 - 22:20


    Anyone tried this yet?
    Keep meaning to but hard to find time between my knittingonline.org course and then there&#39;s the learntoiron.net course

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    I couldnt register. I&#39;m sick of my moms lousy cooking and buying takeouts too expensive.

    No cooking recipes for us. I guess it&#39;s back to pizza and sodas for us.

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    Don&#39;t use this or McDonalds will sue you with the help of RIAA. Swaping of hamburger recepies is illegal&#33;
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