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Att Fildela Med Bittorrentteknik Feat Brokep Från Tpb

Written By: RSmaster on March 2, 2010 10 Comments


Video som visades den 26 feb 2009 under rättegången mot The Pirate Bay. brokep (Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi) från TPB förklarar för rätten hur man fildelar med hjälp av bittorrent. Videomaterialet skapa…

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10 Responses to “Att Fildela Med Bittorrentteknik Feat Brokep FrÃ¥n Tpb”

  1. tpiom says on: 2 March 2010 at 3:29 am

    Vet inte varför, men Sundes röst är cool :D

  2. wexboardcast says on: 2 March 2010 at 4:07 am

    TPB 4ever

  3. Hornilope says on: 2 March 2010 at 4:10 am

    Synd att videon inte förklarar att filerna som laddas ner inte finns på torrent filen i sig. Det är ju egentligen självklart, men det finns garanterat ett hejdlöst antal 50-åriga idioter som tror att de filerna som laddas ner på nåt sätt finns PÅ torrent-filerna.Och det sorgliga är att många av dessa 50-åriga idioter får sin röst hörda angående detta ämne.

  4. vodacuza says on: 2 March 2010 at 4:57 am

    authority from any trial of such a kind…and the policemen are just ignorant, of the high scale spreading of the phenomenon of torrent. Killing a site is illegal, and if somebody defy the logic and law, succeeding they will only start blowing oxygen on the flames…there is not even a single individual, having internet…without having downloaded music or something! Judges, policemen are doing it also !! The torrent is a replica of the monopoly the producers propagate and a publicity 4 them !!!

  5. SeekingTruth86 says on: 2 March 2010 at 5:07 am

    GO GO PIRATE BAY! For freedom and truth!

  6. fioks says on: 2 March 2010 at 5:13 am

    TPB isn’t solely used for pirating files either, it’s a service that enables you to upload everything. You can share the movie you made as a school project, as well as your own music. The site shouldn’t be responsible for the users actions. That’s the point. otherwise they should sue Microsoft for MSN as well as google since you can find illegal torrents through their search engine to. Or why not Apple, since people stor illegal files on their product. They should sue the internet while on it.

  7. vmfedor says on: 2 March 2010 at 6:00 am

    You have a point but only because of the way the legal system views things. Listen, let’s all cut the B.S. for a minute and admit that the Pirate Bay is used primarily for, duh, pirating things.You’re right – the prosecution has no legal recourse. But let’s not pretend for a second that the Pirate Bay is this sweet, innocent website.

  8. Zafoshin says on: 2 March 2010 at 6:52 am

    The world isn’t an innocent place. Life itself is unfair. With ur logic every1 should kill themselves…The site is nothing more than an indiscriminate collection of torrents. But isn’t the internet an indiscriminate collection of sites, sites, beliefs etc?Guns are tools that are made to kill and no1 blames their makers. Sites like that though were made for ppl to share whatever they want, to promote freedom.If some1 wants to abuse freedom he can do that regardless of the tools available.

  9. fioks says on: 2 March 2010 at 7:07 am

    My point had nothing to do with what it’s actually used for. Even if 95 % of the torrents are “illegal” it doesnt matter. The service is still there for everyone to use for everything they might use it for. You can’t hold the people behind the site responsible for the users actions. The only way to restrict filesharing is by restricting the internet, and that would be a big blow against human freedom. Since the Internet is the only democratic and free communication plattform in this world.

  10. zagan1 says on: 2 March 2010 at 8:02 am

    I don’t think this case is the same as the last one though, which is the reason why I’ve been asking, if it’s a conduit type case in which the TPB could get shut down.Riaa should be able to appeal the case say 5-10 years after the case, that’s the typical thing in law so even if RIAA don’t appeal straight away they could hold off for a 1, 2 years then appeal again.Only way the really get out of the appeal would need the judge to not allow appeals, even that can be over turned tho.

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