« on: July 27, 2009, 04:45 AM »
Below are Cookie (Also known as Cookie Monster) and Misty (Also known as Misty Mayhem). We got them I wanna say, 2 months ago? They are very mischievous.
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The other question to be answered is how are they going to vet all of the torrents (assuming they are going to keep it a torrent site)? Currently the website doesn't actually have any copies of the files available for download - are they really going to vet every single file that gets posted? If so are they going to be legally liable for any malware that is propogated via a commercial site - surely if they are a commercial entitiy they will have a duty of care to their customers?-Carol Haynes (July 02, 2009, 03:50 PM)
But no, in general, I believe if you don't like the product on offer, don't buy it. Downloading it for free just because you don't like the way the industry works doesn't make it more noble or lawful.
From TPB blog:I hope everybody will help out in that and realize that this is the best option for all. Don't worry - be happy!-Gothi[c] (July 01, 2009, 12:19 PM)
Works for me! That's exactly what we told our cat just before we took him to the vet for a certain 'minor surgical procedure.'-40hz (July 01, 2009, 01:37 PM)
I hope everybody will help out in that and realize that this is the best option for all. Don't worry - We're just gonna chop your nuts off and make you pay for the same shit you got for free a few months ago! But really don't worry, it only stings a little! Hell we got our's cut off right before we decided to sell the company!
From TPB blog:Idealism is not dead: The profits from the sale will go into a foundation that is going to help with projects about freedom of speech, freedom of information and the openess of the nets. I hope everybody will help out in that and realize that this is the best option for all. Don't worry - be happy!-Gothi[c] (July 01, 2009, 12:19 PM)
The BitTorrent meltdown will not happen. The Pirate Bay is tracking about half of the world’s torrent files, meaning that the site’s tracker servers facilitate the downloads of these files by letting users know who is sharing which bits and pieces. Researchers rang the alarm bells a few months back that shutting down the site’s tracker servers would severely impact sites like Mininova that make use of the Pirate Bay’s infrastructure.
“We would like to introduce models which entail that content providers and copyright owners get paid for content that is downloaded via the site,” said Hans Pandeya, CEO GGF.
Content creators and providers need to control their content and get paid for it. File sharers’ need faster downloads and better quality