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Submission + - Is the RIAA back to it's torrent-crushing tactics? ( 1

Tom writes: "During a download from The Pirate Bay, I saw 11 similar IP addresses (via. the 'Peers' tab) on the server. This is really odd, because the chance of this happening is something close to 11 in 26 billion. Also, uTorrent constantly was complaining about pieces failing hash checks..."
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Is the RIAA back to it's torrent-crushing tactics?

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  • it's probably a contractor working for the RIAA. They work privately so that they can contract with riaa to fight for there copyrights, then they contract with the cia to stop political opposition. use peerguardian2 or protowall to block the bad guys. get blacklists from

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