RE: torrentspy update

From: Benny Mao <bmao_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 10:11:03 -0700

Torrentspy is pretty much a scrape site now. They have a "Submit
Torrent" link but it has been disabled and have not been accepting
uploads for over a month. As such, our strategy is to get onto the sites
that torrentspy scrapes from.

 

Do we know whether our customers/testing parties are testing us from US
or foreign IPs?

 

B

 

 

 

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From: Ben Grodsky
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 10:02 AM
To: Benny Mao; Ben Ebert; Daniel Lee; Dylan Douglas; Gerald Macias;
Gerald Rode; Jay Mairs; Jed Levin; Jeff Lew; Niles Livingston; Randy
Saaf; Rendy Oka; Sergio Alvarez; Sheetal Shah; Veasna Chhin
Subject: RE: torrentspy update

 

Interesting!

 

We have a few non-US IPs (such as the Torrent ftp) and we can still
access the site through web proxies outside the US. Can you still post
decoys to the site?

 

-Ben

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From: Benny Mao
Sent: Mon 27-Aug-07 09:59
To: Ben Ebert; Ben Grodsky; Benny Mao; Daniel Lee; Dylan Douglas; Gerald
Macias; Gerald Rode; Jay Mairs; Jed Levin; Jeff Lew; Niles Livingston;
Randy Saaf; Rendy Oka; Sergio Alvarez; Sheetal Shah; Veasna Chhin
Subject: torrentspy update

Hello all,

 

Check out this new update to TorrentSpy that Niles discovered this
morning.

 

http://www.torrentspy.com/US_Privacy.asp

 

Torrentspy is disabling search features for all users who are located in
the US!

 

B
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