"Even though I'm a candidate for the Pirate Party, I'm not actually a member."
Articles tagged "BitTorrent"
An academic study out this month is a good first whack aimed to chip away at the glaring absence of data on illegal file-sharing.
By revolutionizing how we share stuff, BitTorrent also backed itself into a corner that it now seems desperate to escape from—using the same tools that made it what it is.
The Times is dealing with a generation of consumers who grew up with Napster and BitTorrent and every major newspaper was readily available online.
The film is a rallying cry for a freer internet, but it shies away from the obvious question: is piracy more than glorified stealing?
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