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Any heavy file sharer is (or should be) aware of the fact that is safer to use private trackers than public ones. If you’re using Demonoid (and not only) you should know that most of the popular torrents are using public trackers – which is just about everything that has a massive swarm of seeders
In case for some of you it’s not yet clear how come there’s so much spam on torrent sites (in the form of bogus files, dubious videos with long catchy titles, and loads of e-books promising the perfect solutions to your bank account and your sex life), well, that’s what this post is all about.
Nokia’s ‘Comes With Music’ phone to launch later this week, could mean less pirated music some say. Unlimited mobile music downloads, like Nokia’s Comes With Music service, will eventually lead to a drop off in the amount of P2P music piracy, claims new study. The market researcher TNS Technology reports that British consumers might well
Visible Measures, a Web video metrics company, made an announcement today according to which it has reached an agreement with MTV Networks whose outcome will be the deployment of Visible Measures’ metrics technology in all of MTVN’s 340 destination video sites. The Visible Measures technology will be used by MTVN to create end-to-end online video
Controversy lingers over after the file-sharing communities welcomed the news that the European Parliament has voted to formally throw out a number of anti-piracy proposals part of a recent attempt to reform the EU framework on electronic communications (telecom package). The “three strikes and you’re out” rule has been already implemented in France, with the