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Google Search Apparently Indexes Over 80 Million Torrent Hashes

[Interesting] to note is the number of hashes Google has listed in its search engine. According to Torrentz2, Google is currently able to find 82,085,976 unique torrent hashes. – Ernesto, TorrentFreak » https://ift.tt/2N47Cma
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ISPs should charge for fast lanes—just like TSA Precheck, GOP lawmaker says

In Marsha Blackburn’s analogy, the buyers of TSA Precheck are online services and websites rather than home or mobile Internet users. Online services that don’t acquire Blackburn’s version of TSA Precheck for the Internet would be relegated to the standard airport security line that everyone knows and hates. (Precheck lets travelers go through airport security more quickly; it costs $85 for five years and requires a background check and fingerprinting.) – Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica https://ift.tt/2qJqoSP

Founder of Fan-Made Subtitle Site Convicted for Copyright Infringement 

The Attunda District Court sentenced the now 32-year-old operator to probation. In addition, he has to pay 217,000 Swedish Kroner ($27,000), which will be taken from the advertising and donation revenues he collected through the site. While there were millions of subtitles available on Undertexter.se, only 74 movies were referenced by the prosecution. These were carefully selected to ensure a strong case it seems, as many of the titles weren’t commercially available in Sweden at the time. – Ernesto, TorrentFreak http://ift.tt/2fkou5o

Reelgood helps cord cutters find, track and watch content from across streaming services

Reelgood, a service making it easier for cord cutters to find something new to watch and keep track of their favorite shows, is today exiting beta with the launch of a new site that aggregates content from across over 250 streaming services in a single interface. […] the site tracks a wider range of streaming sites and apps, including a large number of sources of free, ad-supported TV – like Fox, CBS, ABC, CW, Crackle and many more. It’s also tracking cable TV networks like FX, Starz, Showtime, and HBO. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch http://ift.tt/2u2xwMq
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