“How File-Sharers Will Bypass UK’s Anti-Piracy Act”
In this paper, TorrentFreak expose the many ways for file sharer to bypass the anti-piracy Act.
As said, “The problem with using technology to fight technology is that it’s only a matter of time before the latter catches up with the former.”
I am not encouraging illegal file-sharing but this article is a good demonstration of how the Digital Economy Bill is unable to reach it’s goal and will cost big investments for everyone, from the ISPs to each of us. A new DRM fiasco, but more than that a danger for privacy and human rights as already mentioned in previous articles, see: http://advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org/author/clarinette/
Jo and Paul’s Pics’ Photostream CreativeCommons
Jo and Paul’s pics’ photostream – CC
Thanks to my Twitter friend @cyberdoyle to point me to this Good clear analysis of the Digital Economy Act 20q0: http://aaisp.net.uk/dea.html
The aaisp.net considers the Bill ‘was rushed through parliament at the last minute without proper discussion just before the election, and is widely seen as a badly conceived and badly worded Act. ‘ and develop the cost of the new regulation. I have wrote shorttly on the subject, asking why should we all pay for the interest of a wealthy industry?
Internet piracy: the fictional figures
An article in French on how innocent IP addresses are introduced into the IP lists ‘swarm’ of P2P users (bitTorrent Code name: seedfuck). Read: ‘SeedFuck : l’arme à dénonciations calomnieuses anti-HADOPI
‘Torrent Poisoning : le p0c qui vient de tuer HADOPI’