Month: January 2011

Who uploads films to BitTorrent?

What started life as a casual pub conversation has since become the subject of a university study that has attempted...

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One hundred key pirates control the network

They number only a hundred or so. Remarkably few, when we consider the massive black hole they generate within the...

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A Research Study Identifies Who Uploads The Majority Of The Content To The P2P Piracy Networks

A study done at Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) identifies and characterizes the users who upload contents on the...

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A Spanish study confirms an ongoing 'dirty war' against P2P

Before tackling the proposed Spanish ‘Sinde’ Act (the trending topic of late), it’s worth mentioning the other paths available to...

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25% of files downloaded from The Pirate Bay are fakes

For years, antipiracy companies like MediaDefender (read our 2007 profile) have scratched out a living by flooding peer-to-peer file-sharing networks...

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A new study by the UC3M identifies the parties responsible for uploading most of the content available from P2P piracy networks

A study conducted by the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) pinpoints and paints a profile of those users who...

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A new study identifying the parties responsible for uploading most of the content available from P2P piracy networks

A study conducted by the University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) has pinpointed and created a profile of those users...

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You can use my mast, if I can use yours

By sharing antennas, cellphone companies could save big on energy bills and carbon footprints. But can they stop competing long...

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The opportunity to help build up a research lab sounded very exciting to me

Interview with Joerg Widmer, Senior Researcher, Institute IMDEA Networks 1. To begin this interview, we are curious about how you...

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