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10-22-2003, 05:28 PM
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We are agasint RIAA's treatment of its customers
We wont tolorate this anymore.
Pass this message to all you can and repost this in all forums you visit if you support this boycott.
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10-23-2003, 06:47 AM
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I agree although the RIAA wont affect me (Me not being an American Citizen that is) I think their witch hunt is getting beyond a joke.

I read a couple of articles about ppl being wrongly sued by the RIAA because their campaign doesnt think before it sues and just blindly hands out court summons.

I read on <<<THIS>>> site that quite a few people have been wrongly accused and sued who dont even have Kazza installed on their system.

>>>This<<< was an interesting article about a man wrongly accused.

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10-23-2003, 08:05 AM
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And all of this is exactly the reason why more and more P2P programs will be designed to work through "Anonymous" proxies.
This way, all transactions will be randon ( multiple hopping ) from different servers, and only the Proxy's IP address will be registered. Not the actual client's IP address.
So what will happen is that thousands of anonymous (log less) servers will appear, and tracing back to users will be almost impossible (or a nightmare!).
Already, programs like "Earth Station Five" http://www.earthstation5.com/ use this technology.

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