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Lamp

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Wouldn't peer block type apps / private browsing / sandbox browser / proxie server get around that?
 

Raven

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As far as I know yes.

Otherwise there would be far too much data for them to analyse properly. They can't realistically sue millions of people.
 
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Tom

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They're fighting against the tide. Torrents make media piss easy to obtain. Don't try to shut down the competition, just produce something better.
 

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i pay for usenet atm, unmonitored as far as i know, barely use it these days but it doesnt cost much. Would happily pay more for a legitimate service it was anywhere near as good in any way.
 

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uTorrent has the built in option to encypt traffic anyway. It's how I get around BT's p2p throttling. They will never eradicate pirating because there will always be a way around any tracking and monitoring.
 

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