P2p File Sharing - Isnt There Too Much Fuss Over It?
During the last week there’s been much noise over the BBC Newsnight show on Friday 24 February in which BitTorrent was accused of being a harbour for terrorists and pedophiles. Debatable as it is, it caused a surge of anger on the part of p2p users that can be seen on the BitTorrent forum. Ultimately the BBC officials had to appologize. Certainly no technology can be judged upon only by behaviour of a small portion of users and one should be careful choosing words. Moreover if we continued the l Read More...
A Way to Watch TV Shows Online When Your Network Blocks Torrents
It is possible to watch TV shows online even if your network blocks torrent traffic, or if your ISP interferes with torrenting traffic. Online streaming media, or streaming for short, uses different Internet protocols to torrenting allowing you to download shows to your computer.
Why do ISPs interfere with traffic to begin with?
Not all ISPs do interfere with traffic, but some do and the list of ISP's shaping their traffic is growing every day. BitTorrent is the protocol usually targeted by IS Read More...
Give ISP Shaping the Shove and Watch TV Shows Online
Increasingly ISPs around the world have resorted to shaping their traffic in order to control the load on their networks. They've had to shape traffic mainly due to the amount of traffic generated by BitTorrent. To put it simply, BitTorrent is a traffic hog. Most of the load, these days, is taken up with this type of traffic more than anything else. So how do you watch TV shows online if your ISP is blocking traffic?
The Internet works by sending data in little packets, each of them with a sign Read More...