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Re: A bittorrent purge begins?

Post by UltimaBuster on Sun Mar 03, 2013 3:20 am

lol don't worry about anime so much, only programs and files that is of...concern, as miku and others said (films,music,software) Anime...lol if anything the country wants you to do anime so the business is lowered cause anime doesn't have a positive viewpoint atm.

Only certain things are tracked, I'm guessing things with album names or the like.
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Re: A bittorrent purge begins?

Post by Kevinthewiseone on Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:30 am

WolfWood37 wrote:
MikuHatsune wrote:hmm go private, but in honesty dont worry about it unless you get a message from your ISP telling you to stop it

All I'm curious about is if I have anything to worry about using BakaBT or not, anime is the only thing I torrent.

That's private so you are all set there.



Revy wrote:So i downloaded a US licensed anime soundtrack, just as a test, and nothing happened.

Well, my internet did go out twice, but i think it was the power cord.

I don't think Funianimation is participating in the system yet


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Ok so i was just reading up on this thing. And it looks like that what is happening is that Hollywood and the Music industry are the major players in this system(no surprise there ). So what they are doing is essentially creating a system where these large companys while provide the file and and a separate company will then track bit-torrent uploads only, they then will contact the ISP and then the ISP gets in touch with you. So basiclly if you are using a private system like BakaBT then you have nothing to worry about. But if you download something of the pirate bay they can track that but only if you upload it. But there are ways around this, you can hook to a VPN outside of the country or you can use a Proxy which is what i recommend, and change the proxy that you use every quarter (3 months ). Its a little annoying but its better than nothing.....


And they say we are a free country...........
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Re: A bittorrent purge begins?

Post by Kevinthewiseone on Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:01 am

UltimaBuster wrote:
PT-Desu wrote:

I assume that ISP have ways to check any little detail on what connection you are making and just go from there.
I'm sure they would find weird when they see that you are streaming content from the same thing everyday.


Good point, This will deter people from actually keeping up the uploads in turn killing the torrent.

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But they aren't whining like little bitches
lololol
It's about time that those companies did something about it, to tell you the truth.
Guess it's time to install a virus protection and go underground again Adissapoint
Wanted to prevent doing that in this laptop.

Remember that every game still needs to connect with the sever at the game company's headquarters so that is not a real issue here. So Steam connects the the Steam servers.
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Re: A bittorrent purge begins?

Post by MikuHatsune on Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:06 am

still torrenting like a baws, lul

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