A research study identifies who uploads the majority of the content to the P2P piracy networks | e! Science News | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
The research study examines the behavior of the users who are responsible for publishing over 55,000 files on the two main portals (Mininova and The Pirate Bay) of BitTorrent, the most popular P2P application for file-sharing on Internet, where some users publish contents that are then exchanged with up to tens of thousands of internet users. Their growing popularity is mostly due to the availability of contents that are of great interest, such a recently released films in the cinemas, or episodes of a variety of television series. (A research study identifies who uploads the majority of the content to the P2P piracy networks: The research stu... http://bit.ly/g8pfd9)