Day Z – Server

Categories: Gaming

Looks like the Day Z Server has been leaked/released onto the internet via some torrent trackers. I wonder how long until we see some private servers pop up?

How to Turn Seeds into Megabytes and Terabytes into Interwebs Street Cred.

Categories: Tech, Uncategorized

Among the major field crops, oats, wheat, and rye are sowed, grasses and legumes are seeded, and maize and soybeans are planted. In planting, wider rows (generally 75 cm (30 in) or more) are used, and the intent is to have precise, even spacing between individual seeds in the row; various mechanisms have been devised … Read More

MEGA.co.nz 19th Jan …. MEGA DOT CO DOT NZ

Categories: News, Tech

So as I woke up this morning I eagerly checked out Dotcoms new venture only to find it’s not online yet. Big Sad Face. I was looking forward to opening my eyes and checking out this tasty new web offering all whilst enjoying a nice hot cup of coffee in bed.I would have assumed given … Read More

ACS:Law Anti-Piracy Lawyer Suspended For 2 Years

Categories: News

I just checked my feeds and found this on Torrenfreak. I am so very pleased these bastards are getting more than just a slap on the wrist. Today, lawyer Andrew Crossley from the now defunct ACS:Law faced the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal over his disastrous foray into ‘speculative invoicing’ – the chasing down of alleged file-sharers … Read More

Rapidshare Terminates Accounts of Illegal Downloaders

Categories: News

For many years Rapidshare was considered to be a safe way for people to download copyrighted content without having to face repercussions. Recently, however, the company has been actively going after users that upload or download copyrighted files through the service by terminating accounts and logging IP-addresses for legal purposes. source

Police Skip Millions Of BitTorrent Users On Evidence Issues

Categories: Tech

Since early February there have been nine raids against file-sharers across Sweden. Those in the spotlight were targeted because they shared relatively large amounts of music on small file-sharing networks. But were these people really a major threat to the music industry or are the millions sharing on BitTorrent proving too hard a target? [copypasta]

UK Law Enforcement Tells UK Gov't: Please Don't Kick File Sharers Offline

Categories: Uncategorized

UK Law Enforcement Tells UK Gov’t: Please Don’t Kick File Sharers Offline from the didn’t-see-that-coming dept Those who believe that kicking people off the internet based on accusations of file sharing is an affront to basic due process and civil rights have perhaps an unexpected ally: UK law enforcement and intelligence services have come out … Read More