P2P blocklists fail to protect privacy from copyright cops’ mass monitoring

Have you downloaded any pirated movies, music or eBooks via a BitTorrent client lately? If yes, then you probably had your IP address logged by copyright cops within three hours of joining a swarm. Opting not to hide your IP behind a VPN or proxy in favor of P2P blocklists doesn’t offer file-sharers much protection from the “massive monitoring” activities by anti-piracy groups. Read more

Ms. Smith’s blog

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