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Another One Bites The Dust

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  • SerienSerien Member CommonPosts: 8,460
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    PWNED!!1

  • SicarimSicarim Member Posts: 219

    Songs downloaded: 300+

    TV shows downloaded: 50+

    Movies downlaoded: 10+

    Pending Lawsuits: ZERO!

  • DerfelCadarnDerfelCadarn Member Posts: 875

    Now the La times and the Washington post have articles on this.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A17156-2005Feb11.html
    http://www.latimes.com/business/investing/wire/sns-ap-movie-downloading-lawsuits,1,7547481.story?coll=sns-ap-investing-headlines&ctrack=1&cset=true

    The funny thing is, if you remember this Edwards guy was raising money to "fight the mpaa" in court. Rumor has it now that he knew he would have to turn over the site the whole time and prepared both logs( recording all activity and users on the site) and around 60k in donation to try to save his own ass.

    All the info/rumors on the suprnova board-
    http://www.suprnovaforums.net/index.php?showtopic=32625
    http://www.suprnovaforums.net/index.php?showtopic=36151

  • 92165449216544 Member Posts: 1,904

    haha, thats pretty funny. Never downloaded stuff from that or even knew of that site, so it doesnt really affect me.


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  • LordMagnusLordMagnus Member CommonPosts: 1,322

    I don't see the point in trying to end all of these p2p filesharing programs..there's just too many to try to stop them all.

  • digitydarkmandigitydarkman Member Posts: 2,194


    Originally posted by Sicarim
    Songs downloaded: 300+
    TV shows downloaded: 50+
    Movies downlaoded: 10+
    Pending Lawsuits: ZERO!

    http://www.torrent-news.com/archives//000053.php

    read the article

    "If you downloaded any Hollywood movie, mp3 music, software, game, or TV show from Lokitorrent recently you might be getting a letter form the MPAA or one of their sister organizations. Lokitorrents privacy policy just went out the window, your secure information is now public. What will the MPAA do with the logs it was granted by Lokitorrent?"

  • Iceman12321Iceman12321 Member Posts: 992

    since we're on the topic, I'm curious...

  • DerfelCadarnDerfelCadarn Member Posts: 875


    Originally posted by digitydarkman
    Originally posted by Sicarim
    Songs downloaded: 300+
    TV shows downloaded: 50+
    Movies downlaoded: 10+
    Pending Lawsuits: ZERO!

    http://www.torrent-news.com/archives//000053.php

    read the article

    "If you downloaded any Hollywood movie, mp3 music, software, game, or TV show from Lokitorrent recently you might be getting a letter form the MPAA or one of their sister organizations. Lokitorrents privacy policy just went out the window, your secure information is now public. What will the MPAA do with the logs it was granted by Lokitorrent?"


    No, they are not going to charage downloaders with a crime. The worst they will do is send your ISP a warning letter. However, they will charge uploaders. Otherwise, they will charage 1 million lokitorrent users. Keep in mind, it just another scare tatic. For every 1 bittorrent site that goes down 10 new ones come up. Remember, loki was hosted in america, in Sweeden and Russia, the MPAA cant do shit to stop there trackers. And the P2P networks are also very strong, Ares is doing very well.

    Read the admin comments here: http://www.slyck.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=9471

  • ThriftThrift Member Posts: 1,783
    They will never stop it
  • digitydarkmandigitydarkman Member Posts: 2,194


    Originally posted by DerfelCadarn
    Originally posted by digitydarkman
    Originally posted by Sicarim
    Songs downloaded: 300+
    TV shows downloaded: 50+
    Movies downlaoded: 10+
    Pending Lawsuits: ZERO!

    http://www.torrent-news.com/archives//000053.php

    read the article

    "If you downloaded any Hollywood movie, mp3 music, software, game, or TV show from Lokitorrent recently you might be getting a letter form the MPAA or one of their sister organizations. Lokitorrents privacy policy just went out the window, your secure information is now public. What will the MPAA do with the logs it was granted by Lokitorrent?"


    No, they are not going to charage downloaders with a crime. The worst they will do is send your ISP a warning letter. However, they will charge uploaders. Otherwise, they will charage 1 million lokitorrent users. Keep in mind, it just another scare tatic. For every 1 bittorrent site that goes down 10 new ones come up. Remember, loki was hosted in america, in Sweeden and Russia, the MPAA cant do shit to stop there trackers. And the P2P networks are also very strong, Ares is doing very well.

    Read the admin comments here: http://www.slyck.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=9471



    stupid considering if you use torrents when you download your uploading as well

  • DerfelCadarnDerfelCadarn Member Posts: 875

    Upload in the term is different with BT. It is uploading files to lokitorrent or owning your own tracker.

  • GreatnessGreatness Member UncommonPosts: 2,055

    I am surprised that they haven't deleted Morpheus or thinks like that. Seriously, I have never heard of this illegal download site, until now to see it has been shutdown. I do not download illegal things. Couldn't you just google it? Free music or something lol, the FBI should try doing that.

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  • DerfelCadarnDerfelCadarn Member Posts: 875



    Originally posted by Greatness

    I am surprised that they haven't deleted Morpheus or thinks like that. Seriously, I have never heard of this illegal download site, until now to see it has been shutdown. I do not download illegal things. Couldn't you just google it? Free music or something lol, the FBI should try doing that.



    Because they can't. 1) They cannot take down p2p networks without massive legal fights. The p2p network has no centeral sever or any control of there network. Users choice to post illegal things. 2) The p2p network is outside america most of the time, Sweeden and Russia. The FBI has no jursadication there.

     

    Remember lokitorrent was easy to pull down because its not a network. Its a site giving out freebees using bittorrent.


  • FaintFaint Member Posts: 82

    thepiratebay.org

    These people don't take the MPAA's shit =)

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