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How do I Access Torrent Sites

by Ripstreat / December 21, 2011 6:54 PM PST

I have downloaded a few sites like "FrostTurrent, and already had Vuse and Bearshare on my computer; but now I Get The Following Message when I try to go to the different sites... This domain is blocked. Peer to peer downloads, proxies and anonymizers are forbidden on this network. Due to content copyright laws, this network does not allow P2P activity, including but not limited to: illegal download of movies, music and software. A1 Office Machine Co - 4855 This site was categorized in: P2P/File sharing Is There Some setting that I need to change on my computer?

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Re: access torrent sites
by Kees_B Forum moderator / December 21, 2011 6:57 PM PST

"Peer to peer downloads, proxies and anonymizers are forbidden on this
network. Due to content copyright laws, this network does not allow P2P
activity, including but not limited to: illegal download of movies,
music and software."

I'd either (a) stop doing illegal things or (b) switch to using a network that allows it. Your choice.

Kees

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Sounds like
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / December 21, 2011 7:09 PM PST

your ISP has decided to ban P2P file sharing. Their web site might say more.

Mark

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Pay for stuff
by talks_44 / December 30, 2011 4:07 AM PST

If you can't do illegal things, trying to find ways around them makes it even more illegal.. just buy them

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