Hah !! ironic ....
12-10-2010, 12:22 AM,
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Big Grin  Hah !! ironic ....
http://tech.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=10/12/10/0238237

Quote:"While BitTorrent is the most popular P2P protocol, it still relies on several centralized points for users to find the files they are looking. There have been several attempts at making BitTorrent more decentralized, and the latest Tribler 5.3 client is the first to offer the BitTorrent experience without requiring central trackers or search engines. Tribler offers some very interesting technologies; the latest version enables users to search and download files from inside the client. Plenty of other clients offer search features, including the ever-popular Torrent, but Tribler's results come from other peers rather than from a dedicated search engine. Users can search and download content without a server ever getting involved; everything is done among peers, without the need of a BitTorrent tracker or search indexer."

what this all means, is that torrent platform which is a p2p filesharing platform, will be totally independent of any centralized website, and will start acting like a cloud.

this will make preventing distribution of any kind of files much more impossible.

there are other projects like dns-p2p, which aim to liberate the domain name system from central registrars. when that project is complete, domain names will also be integral parts of the cloud, free of intervention.

that means internet will start being truly free. and preventing information from being shared will be almost impossible.

ironic part is that, it is being the pirates, who are bringing true, unalienable freedom to the masses.
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12-10-2010, 07:28 AM,
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RE: Hah !! ironic ....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0QhSnNDU5I
Cool
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12-10-2010, 07:01 PM,
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RE: Hah !! ironic ....
Speaking of irony. In dutch news it turns out that British label EMI was caught uploading their own music to piracy sites. Apparently they used it to create hypes, and that's good for business. Ironically they were trying to sue the same site.

I have not found an english version so here's the google translated version. A really crappy translation, however. If anyone is interested and can't figure out what it means I can do a proper one.
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=nl&sl=nl&tl=en&u=http://www.goddeau.com/content/view/8502
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http://www.goddeau.com/content/view/8502
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