Secure-p2p as a potential successor to BitTorrent


You know what sucks about BitTorrent ? Well frankly, a lot of stuff, but it’s the best thing we have right now. The fine folks from The Pirate Bay are hard at work designing the next evolutionary step in P2P file sharing, and I for one, could not be happier! Say what you will about copyright, but The Pirate Bay folks have a vision that transcends the petty greed of any MP3 collector or Warez kiddie. I will gladly welcome a P2P system that eludes ISP filtering, speed limits and those sneaky sons of bitches at MediaSentry.

If any of you have any skills or knowledge worth contributing to the project, please jump in. It may not seem like much, but Secure-p2p will likely have a very real impact on the future of the Internet. We’re getting crushed by draconian, corporate-sponsored laws and Canadian dumbasses who were born on the wrong side of the US border (seriously). A little file-sharing program can be a powerful way to get people thinking about their freedoms, about what copyright really means and what laws should and shouldn’t be.

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2 Responses to “Secure-p2p as a potential successor to BitTorrent”

  1. Ace says:

    We need secure p2p asap! Call to arms all everybody who believes in freedom of information and can help get this ball rolling. Lets make a private network that is anonymous, decentralised and fast!!

  2. Billco says:

    Secure-p2p is dead… that’s pretty much what I expected would happen anyway. Instead, they have been working on IPREDator, which is an anonymizing VPN service that encrypts and obfuscates all traffic, not just file sharing. It is a commercial service (no choice really), but very cheap and since it’s run by the same crew as TPB, you know you can trust them to uphold anonymity and freedom above all else.