They (actually, the company they hire to watch for them) use a special bittorrent client. They join the regular torrent swarms, and to all of the other clients, they look like a regular connection. So, Knockin, if you download through any public
tracker, you are taking a chance.
is an example of a DMCA letter.
So are these DMCA letters anything more than just a "Hey don't do that" letter?
Also, how does this Peer Guardian work? Can people still seed off of you? Does it just block companies like the one Zuffa has hired to catch you?
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