|12-23-2008, 03:57 AM||#121|
Join Date: Oct 2008
By the way, if you people want to create a legal book torrent or torrents, why don't you just go ahead and do so. But please do not forget the legal issue I have brought up earlier in this thread. Nearly all over Europe copyright is life plus 70.
|12-23-2008, 03:49 PM||#122|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Orlando, FL
Device: Sony Reader PRS-505
I think, to me, the biggest disadvantage to torrenting is seeding. So many people won't seed or they'll seed at the slowest rate possible. But that's conditional and depends primarily on the group.
And, to quell some of the earlier concerns about downloading the full torrent to get one file, uTorrent is a BT client that allows you to pick and choose what files you want (as long as they're not archived, like in a ZIP file) as well as what download/upload speeds you want.
I personally don't see a major problem with the ebook section but I don't mind a few extra clicks.
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