HTTP Traffic Overtakes P2P, Courtesy of YouTube

A recent study shows that YouTube is responsible for nearly 10% of all Internet traffic. As a result of the increased popularity of YouTube and other video streaming sites, HTTP traffic now generates more traffic than P2P, for the first time since 2002.

How to Stop Warez Pirates: Ask Them Nicely

Organizations such as the MPAA, RIAA and IFPI spend millions of dollars enforcing copyrights by getting people fined and even jailed for file-sharing. So when a small developer sees his work pirated on the internet, what can he do about it with his tiny resources? Easy. He emails the warez…

6 Ways to Download Torrents with your Web-Browser

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Wouldn't it be easier if people can download .torrent files with their web-browser? This is a question BitTorrent novices often the ask. Last year Opera was the first browser to add BitTorrent support, soon followed by BitFox, FireStorm, FoxTorrent, AllPeers, and Wyzo/FireTorrent. Here's an overview of these applications and extensions…

Using BitTorrent to Generate Traffic to a Website

BitTorrent is an easy and free way to distribute your own material over the internet. A video tutorial is available which covers using BitComet along with The PirateBay to create and publish a torrent, start to finish and in simple terms that even a novice can understand.