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  1. Australian 'rock' band 'King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard' are using BitTorrent to share their master recordings with anyone who's interested. "Feel free to get creative with it if you like - it’s yours," they say. The band invites everyone to create 'bootleg' releases, some of which will be sold in the official store. Over the years, hundreds of artists have shared their music online for free. These are mostly newcomers who realize that exposure can ultimately help grow their fanbase. Some established musicians have venture
  2. BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer file sharing (P2P) communications protocol. BitTorrent is a method of distributing large amounts of data widely without the original distributor incurring the entire costs of hardware, hosting and bandwidth resources. BitTorrent identifies content by URL and is designed to integrate seamlessly with the Web. Its advantage over plain HTTP is that when multiple downloads of the same file happen concurrently, the downloaders upload to each other, making it possible for the file source to support very large numbers of downloaders with only a modest increase in its load.
  3. Thousands of Brazilian Internet subscribers are being accused of downloading pirated copies of films such as 'Hellboy' and 'Rambo: Last Blood' via BitTorrent. The suspected pirates are receiving settlement offers of 3,000 Real ($575) to make the problem go away. This practice, commonly known as copyright trolling, is not without controversy. In recent years, millions of BitTorrent users around the world have received settlement demands from copyright holders. These so-called “copyright trolling” efforts have been a common occurrence in count
  4. In 2020, Sweden has maintained its position as a priority target for companies aiming to extract cash settlements from alleged BitTorrent pirates. Data released by ISP Bahnhof reveals that thus far this year, copyright holders have demanded the personal details of Internet users behind 42,869 IP addresses. Once again, Telia is responsible for the majority of data handed over. For at least a decade and half, a relatively small number of movie companies have pursued revenue streams outside of those traditionally associated with movie making. I
  5. Last week we reported how a defendant who failed to defend herself in a BitTorrent piracy lawsuit was treated leniently by the court which rejected claims for substantial damages. There are now signs that this decision is having repercussions, with many more defendants receiving the same treatment. The tally of lawsuits being filed against alleged BitTorrent pirates in the United States is continuing to mount, with movie companies trying to extract cash settlements to make lawsuits disappear. Some defendants grab these accusations by the hor
  6. LIII BitTorrent Client is a open-source file sharing utility capable of downloading torrents with minimal impact on the system's resources. The software distinguishes itself from the competition with a minimalistic, no-nonsense interface and easily accessible options. Along with the standard features, LIII BitTorrent Client offers convenient downloads managing, flexible settings, etc. It is also possible to open torrents from URLs or magnet links. LIII BitTorrent Client is by far, the easiest torrent client we have used - a great alternative for users who want to keep themselves aw
  7. BitTorrent Announces Social Media Streaming Platform “BitTorrent Live” BitTorrent Inc. is best known for its file-sharing clients, but after its acquisition by TRON, it plans to expand its repertoire. Today the company announces "BitTorrent Live," a social media platform for live streaming, which will be available for beta testing in the next quarter. The new platform will, ironically, not use BitTorrent technology to stream videos. At least not from the get go. Many people know BitTorrent Inc. for its uTorrent and BitTo
  8. Dino8

    Transmission 3.0

    Transmission 3.0 Transmission is a fast, easy, and free BitTorrent client. It comes in several flavors: A native Mac OS X GUI application GTK+ and Qt GUI applications for Linux, BSD, etc. A headless daemon for servers and routers A web UI for remote controlling any of the above Homepag
  9. Libtorrent has just released version 2.0, which is a potential game-changer. The BitTorrent library, which is used by popular clients including uTorrent Web, Deluge, and qBittorrent, adds support for the new BitTorrent v2 protocol specification. This opens the door to various new features and introduces a new torrent format, which creates a separate swarm. Millions of people use BitTorrent every day but only a few know all the ins-and-outs of how it works. Meanwhile, an even smaller group is actively involved in shaping the future of the fil
  10. BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen is making it clear that he has nothing to do with the TRON cryptocurrency. While the company he founded was recently acquired by TRON founder Justin Sun, Cohen is no longer officially involved. Instead, he's working on this own groundbreaking cryptocurrency. When Bram Cohen first revealed BitTorrent on a public message board on July 2nd 2001, he never imagined it would quickly become a main driver of Internet traffic. In the years that followed, hundreds of millions of people embraced the technology and more than seven
  11. BitTorrent Inc, the parent company behind the popular file-sharing client uTorrent, has reportedly sold to Justin Sun, the founder of cryptocurrency TRON. The company's employees were informed about the deal last week but were cautioned not to talk to the press. It is expected that uTorrent and other BitTorrent products will remain available, as usual. Last month we were the first to report that Justin Sun, the entrepreneur behind the popular cryptocurrency TRON, was in the process of acquiring BitTorrent Inc. The San-Francisco based file-sharing comp
  12. http://llsw.download3.utorrent.com/bittorrent/7.10.3/bittorrent.44495.installer.exe http://ll.download3.utorrent.com/bittorrent/7.10.3/bittorrent.44495.installer.exe http://download3.utorrent.com/bittorrent/7.10.3/bittorrent.44495.installer.exe
  13. Hello everyone! In this article, we will talk about what the Bt library is and why it is worthwhile to have it in mind if BitTorrent is planned to solve some problems. Then, as a demonstration of the basic functions and the main API, we implement the simplest console torrent client. Distinctive features of Bt Bt is a modern full-featured implementation of the BitTorrent protocol on Java 8. Compared with existing open-source analogs, Bt has the following advantages: Modular design, which makes it easy to refine and expand. The architecture is based on the Guice IoC container and
  14. Description: BitTorrent's software client allows you to quickly download high-quality digital content such as video, music, and games. Available in over 20 languages, it leverages our community of over 70 million users to securely deliver files to your PC faster than anything else out there. Features include detailed graphs and stats on the health of digital media files provide you a safer, more controlled downloading experience, local peer discovery and automatic port mapping increase file transfer speed without the need to reconfigure routers or other hardware, and dynamic bandwidth manag
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