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Database Of U.S. Internet Pirates Will Be Decentralized

Starting in a few months, millions of online ‘pirates’ will be monitored as part of an agreement between the MPAA, RIAA and all major U.S. Internet providers. Alleged infringers will be notified about their misbehavior, and repeat offenders will eventually be punished.


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That's IT, I'm switching to carrier pigeon.

And now that the Post Office will likely cease to exist - I'll invest in farms that raise ponies.

The Age of Torrents..

is coming to an end. o_O

I put money that at some point soon the Govt will require VPN's to be registered with built-in backdoors...

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

The War on Torrents

It will be hard for most people to avoid their ISP spying on them.

I've been looking into http://www.i2p2.de/

Packet-based authentication...

will render anonymizing useless. And who's to say that the anonymizing networks aren't already being controlled by the Govts and they are taking names. The Tor network is built around code developed by the US military. :\

Somehow I doubt Tor makes enough money selling coffee cups and t-shirts to pay for their bandwidth...

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

Yeah, I don't trust Tor either

That thing is probably a data mining and entrapment project more than anything else.