|Jun 25, 2003, 10:47 PM||#1|
Lawsuits for P2P/IP address workarounds
In the news today were even more entities who plan to sue P2P individuals for damages incurred in downloading and sharing files and music.
While I agree in principle, I'd like to be able to try a track or two before I buy a CD.
That said, is there a way to totally disguise my IP address when hooked into a P2P network?
I'm using Acquisition (YES, I paid the $15 for a full license) on a G4 dual processor running OSX.
|Jun 26, 2003, 01:22 AM||#3|
There are a few apps that sheild your IP, but kazaa is not one of them.
You can just have a proxy server, but I think they are only PC based and you need the right port...ext, real hassel, I got around my schools interweb filter that way, but it was too much of a hassle just for /. (is slashdot that bad that they needed to block it?)
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