working magnet links
That's by definition. A magnet link is hash of the data, in this case a torrent file, not the file itself. TPB switched to magnet for new torrents in 2012 to save space and increase resiliency. Furthermore, torrent clients search for data in the DHT/PEX swarm instead of relying on trackers. TPB shut down its own tracker in 2009.
In short, The Pirate Bay will live on for as long as its users want it to.
You mean anonymously.
Amen to that. If only it had more ram+storage, I'd still use it today.
Oh wait... I *do* still use today!
steve balmer chair throwing is still there.
I know that's supposed to be a joke but, just in case, it should be pointed out that the ruling only applies to queries consisting solely of the person's name -- adding keywords is fair game.
Had a friend ask me this once. I honestly couldn't come up with an answer. You look at the nuts and bolts of O/S's both realtime and non realtime, and it's basically all the same stuff, with more emphasis given to lower transaction times. Is it just a buzzword? Not trying to troll, but if someone has a definitive answer I'd love to hear it.
Realtime simply means that certain operations are guaranteed to complete in a given timeframe. This is harder than it appears.