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    • KT is now my preferred P2P site since Demonoid went tits up. Lots of content and plenty of seeds. Another favourite, which is great if you like documentaries (as I do, and that's the only stuff they host) is http://forums.mvgroup.org which although you have to be a member, I don't think you need an invitation like Demonoid used to be, just a simple registration. Just about all the BBC stuff (all David Attenborough's stuff, I think), lots of Discovery, Nat Geo, History etc etc. I've got all sorts of P2P sites bookmarked – dozens of them. It's amazing how many there are out there. Some are best avoided, but others are great. As you have probably gathered, GD, I don't exactly quiver in my boots at the implied threats from the music / movie industry about downloading 'illegal content'. I've probably got about a terabyte of the stuff on my hard discs. In fact I really need to do a bit of serious clearing out, as a lot of it is garbage I've downloaded on spec to see what it's like. I'm ever the optimistic one!

      • Just thought, you may have to shorten that mvgroup URL, as I copied it from my logged-in address bar. Just omit everything after the .org

      • As I replied to Brianf – the "Irish Courts" have all the big names blocked.  Obviously the Irish Courts don't know too much about the Interwebs.  Heh!   What annoys me is the concept of sniffing all my traffic to see if I am doing something they may disapprove of.  Maybe I'll interweave a load of religious searches in amongst the heavy stuff?  On second thoughts – they'd just mark me down as a priest or something.

    • All the big names – Pirate Bay, Kickass and the like all come up with the same bland screen — "BY ORDER OF THE IRISH COURTS blah blah".  That's where I got my little image from.  I don't worry about them – very easy to get around!  šŸ˜‰

  1. Ah, no, Grandad, you haven't been trying to download U2 songs again. You know the doctor told you that Bono was bad for your blood pressure.

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