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How Much Can P2P Cost You

Peer-to-Peer are some of the most popular methods for quickly sharing files across a network to large groups of people. Instead of downloading a file from one server or a group of servers—which can get clogged up by too many simultaneous downloads—this method allows for each downloader to act like an uploader as well, making the file sharing much more efficient.

Whatever you use it for, it’s always important to keep yourself safe anytime you’re sharing files, either from industry or government watchdogs, or from any other eyes that can log your online activities. Piracy monitoring groups can also join BitTorrent swarms, not to share files, but to track other members of the group and notify their Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

What happens next is not a nice picture: at the minimum, your ISPs can slow your speeds or block your access entirely after multiple infringements, or, at the worst, pay hefty fines after arduous court battles.

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How Much Can P2P Cost You

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