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WebTorrent: 250K Downloads & Strong With Zero Revenue
Posted on Saturday August 27, 2016

The desktop variant of innovative torrent client WebTorrent has now clocked up an impressive 250,000 downloads, its founder reports. In a market where competing clients are often closed source or commercial ventures, WebTorrent promises to be transparent and non-commercial, forever. And that's despite Netflix knocking at the door.

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Steal This Show S02E01: Zeronet
Posted on Friday August 26, 2016

Today we bring you the next episode of the Steal This Show podcast, discussing the latest file-sharing and copyright trends and news. In this episode we interview Tamas Kocsis, founder and developer of the potentially revolutionary P2P platform Zeronet.

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Who Are The Alleged Top Men Behind KickassTorrents?
Posted on Friday August 26, 2016

Since its shutdown in July, much has been written about the demise of KickassTorrents. But who were the men at the very top of the operation? So far, the U.S. Government has revealed three names - Artem Vaulin, Alexander Radostin, and Ievgen Kutsenko. Today we can put faces to two of those names.

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FBI-Controlled Megaupload Domain Now Features Soft Porn
Posted on Friday August 26, 2016

As part of its criminal case against Megaupload, the U.S. Government seized several domain names belonging to Kim Dotcom's file-hosting service. Nearly five years later the authorities still control the domains but they haven't done a very good job of securing them. Megaupload.org now links to a soft porn portal.

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Dotcom Wants Extradition Hearing Live-Streamed, U.S. Does Not
Posted on Thursday August 25, 2016

Kim Dotcom is hoping to have his fight with the U.S. government pushed further into the public consciousness by having his extradition appeal streamed live on the Internet. U.S. authorities are already objecting to Dotcom's application but they could be up against stiff opposition since New Zealand is proud of its courtroom transparency.

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