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#US: `File Sharing Site Developed for P2P of Academic Paper's'

#AceNewsServices says `Academics Launch New Torrent Site for P2P Research’

Academic Torrents is a new file-sharing site developed by researchers for other researchers seeking an avenue to share academic papers and datasets. 148 more words

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Torrent Uploader Fined $652,000 For Uploading 1 Movie

In spite of the heat on torrent sites, as well as uploaders and downloaders, it seems that people are not really deterred from carrying on. Even The Pirate Bay, the world’s most resilient torrent site, continues to operate. 50 more words

IT News

Hijacker Tears Large BitTorrent Site Apart, Succeeds Where U.S. Authorities Failed | Admin Hacks Own Site

Hijacker Tears Large BitTorrent Site Apart, Succeeds Where U.S. Authorities Failed | TorrentFreak.

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Andy

April 18, 2013

Despite regular complaints from rightsholders and direct pressure from the United States Trade Representative, little has been done to shut down or even damage Bulgaria’s Zamunda BitTorrent tracker. 929 more words

Activism

Police Raid BitTorrent Tracker¦and Arrest its Hosting Provider

This week an operation led by a powerful anti-piracy group closed down a 6-year-old BitTorrent tracker.

The site had already been targeted following the verdict in the original Pirate Bay trial, but had quickly announced their intentions to go 100% legal.

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Technology

XtremeSpeeds BitTorrent Admin Busted

The administrator of a growing private BitTorrent tracker is reporting that he has been raided by the authorities.

The admin of XtremeSpeeds says that he was questioned on suspicion of being involved with leading P2P release group IMAGiNE.

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Technology

The Pirate Bay Launched Threatening Site

The Pirate Bay Launched Threatening Site
27th January 2011
by Staff Writer

The world’s largest BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay is known for being a thorn in the side of the entertainment industry for a while. 394 more words

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Facing Domain Seizures, US Sites May Move To China

Facing Domain Seizures, US Sites May Move To China
6th January 2011
by Staff Writer

Although China is usually criticized for online censorship practices, it is only right with regard to political issues. 388 more words

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