What in particular are you looking for? Overnet is good for ps2/psx rips & movies(699mb~815mb premo quality) Just finished downloading/watching Runaway Jury, good flick. Kazaa Lite is good for grabbing mp3's, utilities/crks, apps, and pr0n. :biggrin:
Ummm, dont use Kazaa at all.. its a server to client connection, which is open so that means that if the government wants to track you (which they have been doing for a couple months now) they can very very easily... I prefer to use mIRC because it is a peer to peer connection which the government cannot track due to privacy rights... Go to www.mIRC.com to download mIRC if you dont have it and then use www.IRCSpy.com to search and download what you want... You just search up whichever song, album, file, or movie you want and then find a bot that it free to send the file and click on the download button, which automatically opens mIRC and it auto copies it into your paste function. Then when the window opens you paste into the chat box, which will open the download window... Simple as that.. and remember if this sounds too complicated or anything, IRC is what spawned napster, winmx, kazaa, and other such programs.. So in essence you already know what your doing, but you just cant get caught by the government now, suckers.. lol
oh and if you dont believe me go to www.IRCSpy.com and on the index they have updates on governments taking action on kazaa users and such.. Oh and mIRC has no bullshit pop up ads, and best of all no Spyware!!! Haha yay! now you dont have to reinstall windows every other day... Damn spyware... Plus on top of everything mIRC has the best rips when it comes to music, and some incredibly fast bots, got a couple movies in about 40 min off a guy the other day... I will never go back to Kazaa due to the lack of respect, like i mean when a guy puts DMX New CD!! and you get it and its DMX's oldest cd made it just starts to piss you off... Oh i love mIRC, haha..
Well i thought i would be nice and show you what it says on the site:
THE RECORDING Industry Association of America (RIAA) yesterday issued over 500 lawsuits against people but the problem is it doesn't know who these people are. Yet.
A court ruling in December overruled an earlier decision that Internet service providers were obliged to give the names and addresses of its customers suspected of pirating music.
That means that the RIAA will now have to go through a convoluted – and no doubt expensive process – to file individual suits against Mr or Mrs Nobody, and then persuade an individual judge to issue a subpoena forcing ISPs to tell all.
In a statement, the RIAA described the 532 suits as the first wave of what no doubt will become a deluge.
Reports claimed that each subpoena will require a minimum of an hour per case before a judge, while the process of delivering subpoenas will take around a week.
So lawyers will be grinning like Cheshire Cats...
And ya, if your ISP tries to see if your pirating music on mIRC, you can sue them for invasion of privacy...
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