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post #11 of 60
ahahahahaha

i can't WAIT for verizon to call me and ask me what i'm uploading all the time. all of my files are legit.
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post #12 of 60
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Originally Posted by curly haired boy View Post
ahahahahaha

i can't WAIT for verizon to call me and ask me what i'm uploading all the time. all of my files are legit.
Tell them homemade pron and wait for the akward silence
    
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Tell them homemade pron and wait for the akward silence
homemade furries pron.
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Peer Guardian 2 anyone?

There must be some way for uploaders to mask their data from the ISP. Or perhaps a return of privacy rights blocking ISP's from spying on us.
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This will still be a disaster, the RIAA has proven over and over that they have almost 0% accuracy in identifying actual offenders, I call it now, there will a number of individuals that will loose their internet connection over this that did nothing wrong. RIAA will be sued over this.
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This will still be a disaster, the RIAA has proven over and over that they have almost 0% accuracy in identifying actual offenders, I call it now, there will a number of individuals that will loose their internet connection over this that did nothing wrong. RIAA will be sued over this.
Proof?
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This will still be a disaster, the RIAA has proven over and over that they have almost 0% accuracy in identifying actual offenders, I call it now, there will a number of individuals that will loose their internet connection over this that did nothing wrong. RIAA will be sued over this.
TPB is implementing some kinda identity masking thing, if they try to go through TPB they're fawked.
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Peer Guardian 2 anyone?

There must be some way for uploaders to mask their data from the ISP. Or perhaps a return of privacy rights blocking ISP's from spying on us.
dude...please don't hide the right to pirate behind the right to privacy... please, its insulting to waste our rights on such things.
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Peer Guardian 2 anyone?

There must be some way for uploaders to mask their data from the ISP. Or perhaps a return of privacy rights blocking ISP's from spying on us.
Peer Guardian is completely useless. It doesn't do anything but block IPs, which in essence does nothing. Cause if you need to block IPs you are most likely downloading a FAKE torrent. If you even have the slightest idea what you are doing, you would use a real tracker and not even use PG2.

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dude...please don't hide the right to pirate behind the right to privacy... please, its insulting to waste our rights on such things.
Just because someone is a pirate means they don't deserve rights? I don't want anybody sniffing my packets or trying to look at my data. That's why I use an SSL connection to my seedbox/FTP, to IRC channels and websites that support the HTTPS protocol. It nobody's business what I choose to do with my connection and nobody has a right to tell me that I can't use encrypted connections.
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dude...please don't hide the right to pirate behind the right to privacy... please, its insulting to waste our rights on such things.
Actually Privacy isn't a right. We don't have the right to privacy anywhere in the constitution or anything.
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