File Sharing & BitTorrents
The most popular multi-P2P file sharing tool, forums & BitTorrents in one searchable Directory. Open-source file-sharing applications, torrent related legal problems for the music industry, open source BitTorrent clients, software and legal information, guides and forums.
A clone of BearShare which connects to the same, proprietary network approved by the RIAA. Requires a monthly subscription for full access, only music files controlled by acoustic fingerprinting and video files under 15 minutes are allowed.
Open source, cross-platform BitTorrent client. Site includes screenshots, FAQ and community forums.
Open source system that provides fully decentralized approximate keyword search capabilities to Vuze as a standard plugin. As it is decentralized, it's immune to legal and technical attacks targeting torrent aggregators.
Decentralized file sharing system for MP3 files featuring resumable and distributed downloading.
Keeps an automatically updated list of active OpenNap servers.
eMule Morph Mod
Presents a derivative of eMule with additional features, includes a support forum and a FAQ section.
Derived from Shareaza, it has a redesigned network core developed in an attempt to provide better stability. Also aims to speed up file searches and downloads and has additional features for advanced users.
Sudan: Floods Leave 142,000 People in Darfur, Sudan Without Shelter
[Radio Dabanga]Darfur -Continuous heavy rains and torrents over the past days have caused further destruction to areas in the Darfur region, and affected about 142,000 people in Sudan since late July, aid organisations estimated.
KickAss Torrents Down: Popular Piracy Site Knocked Offline
Panic in the online-piracy community ensued Friday when KickAss torrents, the popular file-sharing website, was knocked offline.
36 dead, 7 missing in Hiroshima landslide
TOKYO (AP) — Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris Wednesday on the outskirts of Hiroshima city, killing at least 36 people and leaving seven missing, Japanese police said.