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RIAA, MPAA would like to scan your hard drive for infringing content

Submitted by: Ezlpo @ 02:01 AM | Saturday, April 17, 2010 | (url: http://www.crunch...)

I dont get it either, mister, but privacy be damned.

Malware supported by the RIAA and MPAA. They will do ANYTHING other than change their antiquated business model or reduce the inflated price of their product.


via Toms Guide


How a BitTorrent Tracker Owner Hides from the MPAA/RIAA

Submitted by: Nail Bomb @ 12:50 AM | Thursday, February 14, 2008 | (url: http://torrentfre...)

Being as anonymous as I can is a must for me and it helps me feel safe. Its probably already past a healthy stage and it does have drawbacks. A few of my staff I love, I really do, theyre great guys but I can never let them know my true identity, which is sad for me because maybe we could become more to each other than just text on a screen. If I thought even one person knew who I was, my confidence in security would fall dramatically.

Being anonymous can be a quite lonely experience as you struggle to keep the very things that make you an individual, private, while constantly having to view people that probably dont deserve it, with suspicion. But in the end you gotta keep the torrents going, so its all good.