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Tools for Television PRO

Thursday, July 19th, 2007

The guys from Pixel Post Studios contacted us to inform us that their software Tools for Television PRO is tracked by our tracker and that they pretty much would like that we stop distributing their software. As we are only an open bittorrent tracker and are not in the possession (illegal or not) of the [...]

Problems with Peerguardian

Thursday, July 19th, 2007

An anonymous tip directed our attention to this posting in the Phoenix Labs forum, the guys responsible for providing filesharers with the Peerguardian tool. It appears that the peerguardian block-list includes our tracker IP-address because they think we are part of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) and therefore hackers (Yeah, thanks for the flowers!) or [...]

Perfect Deniability

Monday, February 12th, 2007

I stumbled across this post the other day. Copy right enforcers nowadays seem to have trouble catching people ignoring their copy rights red handed. Black lists seem to spread fast enough to lock spies out. So all they’ve got is IP lists bittorrent trackers supply them for a given torrent. As it seems, this really [...]

Opening Ceremony

Sunday, January 21st, 2007

Hi and welcome to this blog about our open bittorrent tracker at Why we say its an open bittorrent tracker? Because it is, everyone can announce a torrent via without registration. We don’t know what data is shared by using our tracker, we don’t want to know and we certainly don’t care. But [...]

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