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Bittorent Apologies

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by quartz121984, Sep 22, 2004.

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  1. quartz121984

    quartz121984 Thread Starter

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    :confused: This is the people that have replied to my Bittorent Help Thread. I'm a computer beginner and I thought that if it is not like kazza or sharebear etc. that it was legal. not do say that i didn't know that it is like p2p. Because practically it is the same thing. I will also try to abide by TSG rules. Sorry. (y)
     
  2. Rollin_Again

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    Your apology is appreciated. Most people in the forum would probably agree with me when I say that what you choose to do on your own computer is your business and nobody elses. You are the only one taking the legal risks if you participate in illegal file sharing. These forums are a great source of FREE tech support and the administrators spend alot of time and effort to keep this site up and running. They have much better things to do with their time than looking for and deleting posts that talk about P2P use. Just understand that this site could probably get into serious trouble if they were to allow posts that give instruction/advice on using P2P applications. In addition to this, I am sure there are application developers and other creative minds that visit this forum who do not appreciate people coming into this site asking for P2P help. These people make a living and support their families by trying selling their work and products which often end up on P2P networks. While Bittorent does have some useful legal business uses, it is more often is used for illegal activity.

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