n3npq at mac.com
Thu Apr 9 00:29:45 UTC 2009
On Apr 8, 2009, at 7:24 PM, Scott Silva wrote:
>> Spreading deliberately damaged iso's won't stop the torrents and
>> is a wonderful way to earn a bad reputation.
> But if an iso's .torrent file is created based on the full cd,
> wouldn't the
> torrent clients just sit until the iso is actually complete? Maybe
> someway of
> witholding one or 2 chunks in the torrent. There would not be any
> seeds until
> the ISO's actually were complete.
Technologically feasible, but practically the same effect
on luser reactions imho. Easier to blame the "network"
than doing anything else.
You know 40 years ago they wanted a bigger faster Panama
Canal. The proposal was to plant and detonate nukes across Guatemala
for sea level access between the Atlantic and the Pacific.
That plan is "technologically feasible", but boy would the Guatemalaans
be pissed. ;-)
73 de Jeff
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