Posted 10 July 2011 - 02:02 PM
I use it a lot-usually for downloading large files such as linux distributions and the like, I find it a very useful tool. Utorrent, like limewire, i dont think theres anything wrong with them-they are just tools to enable easier downloading of large files. The problem, is what the people use them for. they ought to be going after the people pirating, not the people who made the program. It seems to me, a lot of the major pirating sites-I know one in particular that is extremely popular that im not going to mention (anyone who pirates, or who knows anything about how to get around the web probably knows it anyway) has been operating for years, makes no attempt to hide what its doing, and it seems to me it would be fairly easy to shut down if any form of government/justice system actually wanted to do it. Its better to go after the source, not the tools.
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