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Don't Get Busted By The RIAA Or MPAA

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This article shows how to reduce your chances of getting caught while file sharing.

    Don't Get Busted!
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    TSP
     
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  2. designer

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    Scarlet ...

    LOL .... im beginning to think you work for them....haha

    Are people really concerned with them at all? FUCK THE RIAA

    I am just really surprised to see anyone post anything about this.

    Are you new to the web?
     
  3. midknightg

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    yeah what he said... Fuck the Police! just get peer guardian if your that concerned. sheesh!
     
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    Ha! Well to answer your questions... No, I'm not concerned about the RIAA et al, but they should not be ignored. Not new to the web, been on since 1998! I know more about the Bit Torrent arena than the BH arena, that's why I post about it.

    Sorry if I irked anyone, peeps! :-D

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  5. designer

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    Sorry, if it came off like that. I understand your just trying to provide info.

    With all the availability these days even with storage networks being as popular as they are e.g. Rapidshare and Megaupload - not to mention the many torrent sites and even Peer2Peer apps, I was just a bit surprised to see your posts on it becaues I think people just ignore that there may be consequences for "ILLEGAL" downloads <----- I still get a kick out of that.

    No disrespect intended.
     
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    naww..

    Fuck CNN, Scarlet is the most trusted name in news!
     
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  9. zebrahat

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    Use Peer Guardian, as suggested, and beyond that be ready to jump from site to site as they get chopped down. People, can, should, and always will be sharing files, from .docs to pdfs to wavs to mp3/4, the attempts by the Big Corp to stop the signal are futile. The genie is well out of the bottle, distribution of digital copies cannot be monopolized.

    But sharing digital copies is different from making money from it. What is the weak link in the p2p networks are the companies who have monetized facilitating the file sharing, who can then be fairly attacked as monopolizing the distribution in their direction. Exclusive copyright is a government corporate subsidy, so the state is always going to be biased towards increasing its power by expansively enforcing it. Sharing sites not on the state's teat will have to find ways to take their systems offshore or even offline, or else open source everything to circumvent censorship by litigation.