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Survive release BitTorrent bundle containing previously unreleased live set

Photo by Una Blue

Survive had a hell of a 2016 thanks to their involvement with Stranger Things, and they’re not about to rest on success in 2017. 202 more words

News

TorrentFreak: U.S. Homeland Security ‘Harbors’ BitTorrent Pirates

From TorrentFreak: U.S. Homeland Security ‘Harbors’ BitTorrent Pirates. “Due to the public nature of BitTorrent transfers, it’s easy to see what people behind a certain IP-address are downloading. 56 more words

Security & Legal Issues

WONDERING HOW BITTORRENT PROTOCOL WORKS AND HOW TO CREATE TORRENT FILE .CHECK IT OUT

People who are addicted to download stuff from internet are aware of the term Bittorrent protocol. As per reports bittorrent protocol alone uses almost 50 percent of the internet traffic 584 more words

AWARENESS

Update: BitTorrent Lives cable-killer P2P video app finally hits iOS

Cable companies rule TV because they control the expensive wires and satellites that can deliver low-latency live content at scale. Cable companies can then dictate how much per monthly paying subscriber they offer the channel owners for access because there are few alternatives for live distribution. 330 more words

Technology

BitTorrent Live's "cable-killer" P2P video app finally hits iOS

Cable companies rule TV because they control the expensive wires and satellites that can deliver low-latency live content at scale. Cable companies can then dictate how much per monthly paying subscriber they offer the channel owners for access because there are few alternatives for live distribution. 330 more words

TC

What caused the break-up between Malibu Media, LLC and Keith Lipscomb?

So we all thought the Malibu Media, LLC lawsuits were dead this summer after Malibu Media sued their attorney Keith Lipscomb (a.k.a., the “kingpin” and “mastermind” behind the 6,800+ lawsuits filed against single “John Doe” defendants)). 694 more words

Copyright Infringement

BitTorrent Attorney Fees: Judge Beckerman Awards Fees to Successful Defendant when Copyright Troll Continued to Press Case Knowing Defendant was Innocent

FULL OPINION LINKED BELOW

Judge Stacie Beckerman issue the following opinion on December 2, 2016 in the US District Court in Oregon.  Finding that Carl Crowell, the Salem, Oregon lawyer who has sued 100s of people for allegedly engaging in BitTorrent activity – none of which have made it to trial – continued to litigate the case against a person he knew was not liable. 1,158 more words