Tagged With bittorrent

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Downloading illegal content is not OK. If you're a search provider, though, should you be held responsible for the content of your search results if those results include a link to illegal videos and other copyrighted material? If you use a search engine recently patented by Disney, you won't accidentally find yourself clicking on links to torrents and illegal downloads — they just won't be listed.

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If you've ever downloaded something via BitTorrent, odds are you've used (or seen) an app called Vuze. It's one of the internet's most prolific BitTorrent clients, and it's used for downloading countless terabytes of copyright-protected material every day. The developers of Vuze have hit back at the online piracy epidemic, condemning copyright theft and promoting legal torrents.

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Brace yourselves, pirates: one of the largest BitTorrent search engines left on the web is about to close down after the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) cut a deal with the folks at IsoHunt that includes the shuttering of the site.

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Illegal piracy of TV and movies is becoming an epidemic around the world, and Australia is leading the way. We're top of the charts for illegal downloads of new shows and have been for some time. So with piracy so high, why in the name of sanity would Channel Seven decide to delay the screening Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, of one of this year's most anticipated shows, by not just a few hours or even a whole day, but by a whole week? Have you people learned nothing?