20 Burst results for "Bittorrent"

"bittorrent" Discussed on Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

"You recently wrote an epic article called Hype Man of the century for the verge, , and it was just an sun, , the founder and CEO of Tron. . Tell us what that stories about. . The story is about how he? ? Basically, , came to America in in some ways to put it short. . He acquired this company that's very famous in the US <unk>. . Silicon. . Valley bittorrent. . And through the acquisition sought to sort of expand his empire <hes> by adding new features that could help promote his crypto currencies and. . So the story is really about his aquisition and how he suddenly straddled this difficult relationship between the US and China and <hes>. . How in some ways, , the decisions he made flew in the face of you know. . What I suppose, , you could say seasoned businessman would. . Decide. . To do in those cases. . So he pursued <hes> ethically and legally dubious software projects and the workplace in the United States in San Francisco change dramatically, , and so the story is told through eighteen current and former employees <hes> who spoke to me <hes> only if I wouldn't use their names in the story, , none of them sought to <hes> <hes>. . None of them wanted to face retaliation from Uber millionaire like Justin, , son <hes>. . So we agreed a one of the sources however is on the record in the story and a I reached out to justin son to try to interview him. . Twice and also sent him a long list of detailed questions based on the allegations, , observations of all the people who talk to me for the story, , and the product is this narrative that takes you through this wild ride inside of Tron. . When Justin son came to San Francisco. . So, , let's talk a little bit more about son and let's go into his background a little bit just. . So people got a sense of where he came from what was his upbringing and how did he come to become a millionaire? ? Well he was born in Qinghai which is a province in China and it's not a super well-known <hes> province <hes>. . He moved around a bit when he was a kid he <hes> among other things went to a academy for studying go the <hes>. . It's like a combination between chess and checkers. . It's a pretty complicated game <hes>. . And he? ? He says in his autobiography, , which is called the brave new world or brave new world <hes> that he wanted to be go master in his parents essentially said, , well, , look if you're GonNa do this, you , got to commit like you can't back out of this and so he was thrust into this world of go in the city of Wuhan. . There's a famous essay writing contest in China that is sort of a a way you can get into some of the most prestigious colleges there and he. . wrote this essay that captured the attention of of the judges and helped him get into a prestigious college and so. . He he however was by his own admission, , not a great student. . He was he played a lot of video games and stuff and. . Went to college and then went to do graduate program at Penn State in the states. . In East Asia Studies and it was there. . That he was an early investor in Bitcoin and according to him <hes> or in according to the Lore. . And Legend on the Internet invested a significant portion of his to in Bitcoin and made a lot of money and then <hes> began <hes> trying to hatch ideas for various <hes> tech projects among them was pay well, , which was sort of his big hit that. . Head ten million registered users and <hes>. . Was a sort of a mash up of. . Tinder and also stream rooms and it was all audio base. . That's what was sort of different and unusual wasn't really a visual APP. . That said it. . It eventually edged into the territory of this sort of <unk>. . I suppose you could say pornography and in in the long run shutdown by the Chinese authorities for. . Quote. . Disrupting. . Socialist values that APP was among many that were shut down for those reasons. . But. . He made quite a bit of money off of that and he got involved in ripple among others and he made money quite quickly quite early on and. . made his foray into

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Abuse and Ethical Lapses: What Happened When Justin Sun Acquired BitTorrent

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

05:05 min | 6 months ago

Abuse and Ethical Lapses: What Happened When Justin Sun Acquired BitTorrent

"You recently wrote an epic article called Hype Man of the century for the verge, and it was just an sun, the founder and CEO of Tron. Tell us what that stories about. The story is about how he? Basically, came to America in in some ways to put it short. He acquired this company that's very famous in the US Silicon. Valley bittorrent. And through the acquisition sought to sort of expand his empire by adding new features that could help promote his crypto currencies and. So the story is really about his aquisition and how he suddenly straddled this difficult relationship between the US and China and How in some ways, the decisions he made flew in the face of you know. What I suppose, you could say seasoned businessman would. Decide. To do in those cases. So he pursued ethically and legally dubious software projects and the workplace in the United States in San Francisco change dramatically, and so the story is told through eighteen current and former employees who spoke to me only if I wouldn't use their names in the story, none of them sought to None of them wanted to face retaliation from Uber millionaire like Justin, son So we agreed a one of the sources however is on the record in the story and a I reached out to justin son to try to interview him. Twice and also sent him a long list of detailed questions based on the allegations, observations of all the people who talk to me for the story, and the product is this narrative that takes you through this wild ride inside of Tron. When Justin son came to San Francisco. So, let's talk a little bit more about son and let's go into his background a little bit just. So people got a sense of where he came from what was his upbringing and how did he come to become a millionaire? Well he was born in Qinghai which is a province in China and it's not a super well-known province He moved around a bit when he was a kid he among other things went to a academy for studying go the It's like a combination between chess and checkers. It's a pretty complicated game And he? He says in his autobiography, which is called the brave new world or brave new world that he wanted to be go master in his parents essentially said, well, look if you're GonNa do this, you got to commit like you can't back out of this and so he was thrust into this world of go in the city of Wuhan. There's a famous essay writing contest in China that is sort of a a way you can get into some of the most prestigious colleges there and he. wrote this essay that captured the attention of of the judges and helped him get into a prestigious college and so. He he however was by his own admission, not a great student. He was he played a lot of video games and stuff and. Went to college and then went to do graduate program at Penn State in the states. In East Asia Studies and it was there. That he was an early investor in Bitcoin and according to him or in according to the Lore. And Legend on the Internet invested a significant portion of his to in Bitcoin and made a lot of money and then began trying to hatch ideas for various tech projects among them was pay well, which was sort of his big hit that. Head ten million registered users and Was a sort of a mash up of. Tinder and also stream rooms and it was all audio base. That's what was sort of different and unusual wasn't really a visual APP. That said it. It eventually edged into the territory of this sort of I suppose you could say pornography and in in the long run shutdown by the Chinese authorities for. Quote. Disrupting. Socialist values that APP was among many that were shut down for those reasons. But. He made quite a bit of money off of that and he got involved in ripple among others and he made money quite quickly quite early on and. made his foray into

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Crypto currency founder revealed as winner of Buffett lunch

Dr. Drew

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Crypto currency founder revealed as winner of Buffett lunch

"Finally San Francisco, crypto currency pioneer has submitted the winning bid to have a private lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett the glide foundation says, Justin son, founder of Tron and CEO of bittorrent bit a record four and a half million dollars. It's ironic because buffet is not a fan of crypto currencies. The money will go toward glides worked out the homeless in San

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"bittorrent" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Rico course, in fact, the Bahamas are trying really hard to become a data haven. They want high speed internet to the Bahamas because they'd like NASA in the early in the early days, the Bahamas were pirate haven. Yes. Now, they want to be data. Heather remember when we were in the Bahamas haven talking to their minister of information is that. Yeah, we wanna make NASA be the place to go for, you know, things like bittorrent, and you know, they they so, but Cuba guyland not a lot of connection. And so it's it's a real sore subject. Because of course, you know, the Cuban people know what's happening in the world. They they're interesting. They're they're not ignorant of this. They want this. We were having dinner with some some friends in Cuba that we had just met. And they said, oh, how are those fires in Santa Barbara? And so I was from Santa Barbara Nevada. They knew about it. Because what there's another business where where somebody will come into -partment building illegally set up. Satellite dishes. Wow. And they wire they literally run wires down the halls. Oh, my and into the front doors of people to get satellite TV, and it's a cat-and-mouse game. So what I was told was it cost him about nine hundred dollars to install the satellite dish. And if they can keep it running for three months, they recoup the nine hundred dollars and then its profit after that, but sometime shutdown sooner than three months. Still four months or five months, but they always get shut down at some point. And so I just thought that was fascinating. But they get and what they get is Univision. So they get they get the Spanish language channel from the US, and they can watch the news on Sabato gigantic. Premium pack dole. I used to watch that too. Do you speak Spanish hick? No. But I used to like watching Jackie Garrido, whether whether girl, oh you watch. Wow. I'm such a ping. Wow. That's pretty funny. I think savage Agata goes over right? He retired idea. Yeah. Anyway, it was fun while it lasted while lasted. Nessen Kugler also partnering but not for Cuban undersea cables, but for Mars exploration, there's a there's a part of the Antica with that is very Mars like and so Google doing a big mapping project with NASA. And so now, you have street you for what they call the I think earth's Mars or something like that. It's it's basically Devon island you need to need to chrome in Google earth. But you can you can do this travel through the I guess it's not happening here. Google is. So may rob ably because I'm running something that's blocking. Let's see how about fix it to where. I don't almost miss my appointment today because it it took me back street. Is that why you were late is that what happened play the drums? Do you know where that sit kit? Carson leave the keys Google change law. His on vacation. He's in Montana, but I think he left Kevin the keys of the change a change. Log lever. It's is a red cover over it. He has to throw the cover open, and then flip guys have to turn to turn keys at opposite. Ends of the console Google podcasts in episode. Search is coming for podcasters like us. This is fantastic shows are being fully transcribed..

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LBRY The Decentralized Sharing Platform Run by the Community

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:44 min | 2 years ago

LBRY The Decentralized Sharing Platform Run by the Community

"Lot recently about asking listeners to review and write this podcast on itunes or a platform that they listen on basically to keep the algorithm happy that helps noodle snus discoveries podcasts, and I've noticed over the last few years people have built a strong following on a particular platform quickly find that they're playing on somebody else's playground and obeying by somebody else's rules on remember a few years ago when people neglected their websites and run off to sell their business on Facebook. Until of course, Facebook changed the rules and an introduced kind of pay to play you really want to reach an audience, and I'm a self all-too-familiar release picks up a following on linked teen and had over fourteen thousand followers and had articles getting over one hundred thousand views on there. Until of course, the algorithm changed another's fourteen thousand followers don't even get a notification from anymore, but our cost this isn't about me. I'm not alone. Here. Hear the same from people on Instagram and YouTube to the problem is that these platforms are changing the rules. But they're also letting algorithms call the shots rather than their own community that actually makes the platform of success. Both thankfully, there is an alternative library. The decentralized sharing platform is actually ruined by the community library is openly sharing platform that uses blockchain technology to enable users to publish material and get paid for doing. So I'm people using library service can also monetize their published material with these built-in payment system, which of course, is not ruined by advertisers. Like, the YouTube model there's been so many YouTubers that have so many found that their content is not fit for an advertiser so disappears. Swat this new exciting concept really appeals to me because it melts together. The tech. Advantages of both bitcoin and bitcoin services for people looking to share content, for example for an upcoming project lotteries offering two hundred thousand LBC which is their token for developers to compete to launch their act projects and social platforms and these competitive designs will allow for grant funding through the library foundation. And prior to this effort, libraries approved Twenty-one projects and gave close to one million LBJ for musicians and for conferences to connect people in India, and for video personnel is as well as anime is just post their work. So in a digital world where we're all content. Cray is now I got a feeling you can enjoy this one. So buckle up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to BUSTER. So we can speedway Jeremy Coffman, and he's the co founder and CEO of library. The decentralized open source digital media protocol on the blockchain. So massive warm. Welcome to the show, Jamie. Kennedy tell them I says a Labatt who you are. And what you do. I am Jeremy Kaufman the CEO of library. I have a background in computer science and entrepreneurship, but since the show isn't really about being about library. I'll I'll tell you what library is a library is a blockchain based open source protocol that facilitates the discovery distribution and purchase of digital content. That's a loaded sentence so much simpler way of explaining it is we've created a standard make services like YouTube or Amazon possible entirely via open source, and in a way that doesn't have the same level as control that centralized platforms have but still has that same great user experience full of what a step further. They labeled lobby is a decentralized YouTube. I mean, we will pay we'll have people listening boats in and outside. Outside of the tech industry. So maybe familiar with blockchain and crypto or this world. So he just set the scene L and tell me exactly what kind of problems you're having to solve with library. Sure. Sure. You know, there's we're we're solving problems from two sides so one there's a lot of problems with centralized platforms. They take some here. I'm talking about companies like you U2., apple Amazon even cable TV providers. These companies take anywhere from thirty to fifty five plus percents of the prophets to move. What is effectively a stream of bits a movie, a song, whatever it is from place to place b and level one. That's kind of crazy. That's a lot of money to move bits around. I'm not saying what they do is easy. But it's a lot of it. They're taking a very large. And then there are also these problems of trust and censorship these platforms James the rules on people at any time without warning come people build their businesses on top of these platforms in the building on top of quicksand. And then there are also problems with censorship. We don't always experience them in the US, although we experienced them some and the people in other countries experience. Them a lot more with these countries. You know, article aberration with governments in in in Turkey and China to deliver heavily censored versions of their platforms. So that's the problem with the with the sort of existing centralized platforms. I don't know if your audiences familiar with existing decentralized technology like the twin a bit torn has a couple of problems as well. There's a lot of dodgy stuff on. There hasn't gotten legitimate, traction writes, predominantly infringing content. There's also problems of discovery so bittorrent works. Great. If you had a hash to Embiid towards a wonderful technology, by the way technologically. It's it's brilliant. But the network where it's great if you have a hash that unique value that magnet links to enter the network, but there's no listing of what's available on it. There's no Cadillac and a blockchain can solve that problem. And another thing that's the problem with the torn it kind of works. Just because people are nice, and I'm all for systems where it can. Because people are nice. I love Wikipedia I give money every year. But if we can have incentives to do. Do the right thing. I think that's a little better than just relying on that. And so we're kind of coming at it from two sides. There's

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That that we're able to do even against sort of a service mesh this bundled in with your your cloud provider, which, you know, gender lock in stuff aside, you know, might be interesting to you. But it's still comes with a bunch of the burden of sort of configuration that that goes along with this idea of a sidecar service mesh so for every application, I need to write these Yemo files or whatever to to configure everything about that application because just from principal. There's no way. That they can know what your application what level of traffic your application is capable of handling. That's something that has to be has to come from configuration to the difference between what we're doing it Neta fi and the sort of the service mesh architecture. I think it's into this idea of services versus protocols. So, you know, you might remember something like Napster, which is a service oriented approach to the idea of transferring files right within Napster you have to run they run the set of services, which you interact with versus something like bittorrent, which is a protocol based approach to that same problem. So Napster could be shut down because it was a centralized or service or as bittorrent anybody who's following the bittorrent protocol can participate in that ecosystem. And you might there's similar analogies for for example, like transferring money like pay pals service, right, but bitcoin and a bunch of these emerging technologies in the financial sector protocols. So. Proteus which is broker operates on the our socket protocol much that TCP router operates on the P protocol. And what this allows you to do is take advantage of the strengths of our socket?.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Of cryptocurrencies were stolen by fraud fraudulent ico's in the first two months of two thousand eighteen all this comes back to fred and the new norwegian crypto princess nori did i say the region i meant nigerian well it is a scam just like the nigerian potentially potentially yes yes do we really do that just so you could say that since one of the reasons it's a good one of the reasons is a great skill because blockchain is basically anonymous so it's not only is it decentralized so there's nobody regulating it's anonymous so you know you can get away with this it's an honest but trackable isn't it it is trackable i remember talking to agents at a conference it was a digital currency conference that these people were at the fbi and they were like this is the best thing that's ever happened to us it's like yeah okay it's anonymous but if there's leaks in the system it's not well designed it's not fully anonymous you get a number each transaction each party the transaction has a an basically anonymous number if it can't be tied back to you in some other way then it's anonymous but cash is anonymous to i mean it's not cash is totally anonymous but there's plenty of cash tracking down wozniak last february that the one of the founders of apple said he lost seven bitcoins through fraud using stolen credit or you just lost through bad memory i lost them because i couldn't same about by the way 'cause i can't i can't remember the password no they're not lost the cover story in in july's wired is all about this and it's it's actually it's very long but it's an interesting read there's maybe more personal details than i really needed but inside the crypto world's biggest scandal and it's all about an i c o gone terribly terribly wrong but with the best intentions this wasn't a case of a con so much as just you know good intentions gone wrong thank you very much so now that i've had you explain that so last week you saw my problem with a peeing cat i go how does that work well because the camera the camera cat trotha motion detection and so it freaked the cat out ran away and then the cat batted it down okay you go into the settings and hold on the show it isn't laid it to jeff yeah that's all right windows weeklies explain it to leah so it all works all right bittorrent got sold i'm sad bittorrent got sold for hundred forty million dollars bram got a lot of money out of that i'm sure he did grant bram hoax bram stoker pram cohen who founded bitcoin bittorrent sorry bittorrent sold it to a blockchain startup of all people for cash forty million dollars fiat currency government backed yeah it was about to say you should test stress that it is backed by the us government is that's what makes our currency so exciting go yeah i'm jeff you go in you look at the devices the actual livestream then there's little hamburger menu it says more click on that and then there's a motion tracking thing and just try forget it should turn it off now if it's lit up is it on and if it's doric gets off i think so i just pressed yes to an update so now it's showing me update progress now we're gonna wrap wrap this thing up because we've gone on way too long and leo wanted to be done with us suitor we like we're good three hours oh yeah we're still well under three hours go on longer oh i'm getting hungry pardon what's what's dinner tonight oh it's a terrible dinner it's the kaelin keno salad i don't like it but my daughter what i made the fact that your daughter loves that is just freaky i for the first she would like my chicken tikka masala with handmade nan bread fuzz mati rice although i'm thinking of doing cauliflower rice the next time oh you're such trendy i know i'm with it i'm hip was delicious that's what i'm having for dinner tonight because i'm having leftovers microsoft news just a we need it on android a new way to stay informed there's an android version yes ios android.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Upgrade

"In ways that will make it unpleasant for third party developers but the other way to portray it is i think also valid which is apple's trying to find ways to how do we bring if your apple how do we bring security models that we understand that we've learned from the being on the inside of the app store how would we apply those to an open market and on the they don't have an open market but on the mac they do and so they're trying to do that and it's an interesting idea and i think the the bittorrent client transmission as distinct from transmit that one got bit multiple times where things were being inserted but i believe that was signed so it's not just you know this was signed by the develops it must be a k as like well maybe if you know if somebody into that machine yet got their key and they signed the mel wherever's i think they inserted it when it was being built right there was the ex code awhile bag the there was a maui version of exco the inserted my way into right yeah yeah it was on chinese servers because it was somebody because you why would you download echoed from anywhere but apple but the answer was it was hard to download in china i think from apple and it was slow and so they somebody had like a local version of exco that you download to save yourself time and it was it was a faster download and it was a it was a hacked version of x code with now our insertion or world so there's more than enough good reason for apple to do this but of course serve ramifications a wide reaching but yeah you know as long as an app is in even somewhat active development this in theory shouldn't be too hot unless you're doing something that would be tricky so depends on how how strict they wanna be if they wanna be really strict then it could be i think it's the most interesting to me is that rather than make cap store policy changes they seem to have made sandbox changes they meet right.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"That people who use these days and it's important to me that this abby in global brain supply ai functionality job locations across the map it's important that this attitude we'll we'll bring is decentralise and self organizing and like own neto by the people of the people for the people rather than the you know a service like your cable motored resulting good that supplied only by a few large corporations who are who are that in bed with with the government to supply things were they work to me we need we need to be a decentralised service so the businesses are getting a from developers all around the world to impeach these students in indy developers in whoever puts a out there on the internet that that is able to provide the service at the business needs how does a uh say a student in it india provide i to a business running in the states through soglo already hit or right through great question and anyone who views bittorrent clincy part of the solution because of certain in india you know they can attach their their laptop two two bit bittorrent and put it on line and then someone anywhere in the world can download that yoga music vile from from their laptop without there being like any central guru of bittorrent whose regulating all that right surviving 'peertopeer could action of different software running in different places is is already here what we're doing now is raising that for ai processing aids have something like filesharing and we're using cryptocurrency are agi token to to allow people to get compensated for the decentralise at processing gut day supply so in.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on KGO 810

"An independent filmmakers priority is terrible across the board for all the copyright industries for for books for movies for music at cetera but it is particularly acute for independent films because their budgets are so low just as an example um we work with a company called ticks fbi which is able to count the bit torrance that go out into the world where people are pirating from bittorrent sites the big sick which is a film that was released by amazon had more than three and a half million bittorrent shares would neither him more than three and a half million people downloaded that movie illegally and that does not even count the number of people who went to screaming sites i'm not going to say their names because i do not want to give them publicity they went to streaming sites that could have been three or four times that number but it's very we don't really have the technology to count the streams well but i i would estimate that there were more than ten million illegal views of a movie like the big sick now the budget of that movie is tiny so win that many people are watching it illegally the artist don't get paid for their work the people who worked on the crew don't get the extra benefit of those additional revenue sources which actually found their health tension in welfare payments so it's a big problem particularly prominent independent helms i want you to do this for me though adam lights uh please public calls illegally i recommend you gotta culture weekly dot com yeah i subscribe as well um adam though but the argument is looked like the sick that means a ton of money and i mean look uh they they walk away with a lot of money so what's wrong with me you know hey i'm a poor college kid or you know i'm just scraping by why shouldn't die you know uh watch this from an illegal sites 'cause they did make money on the big sick well who really make money to filmmakers filmmakers may or may not have made money.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Nine before we turned to bitcoin 'cause i've got a call and vic wedding well i wanna go to tim in kansas you've got some thoughts on al franken speech go ahead tim yeah yeah it was not only did he not apologise but it was a total lie he trump did not admit to sexually assaulting anybody correct to what women would let him do and also he said that the uh the entire republican party was behind roy more that's another lie they've been calling for him to step down every sense the the news broke about yet that's a great point didn't all of washington including almost the entire day of the republic senate republican caucus called for him to step down i i don't know what the whole number what i believe it was above forty that's a great point he won't be critique done that though he'll be lionised and count me here you can wrote will roll tape on this in the future now frank franken's not gone he will do a may a culpa tour of forgiveness tour uh he'll be back in the political scene i don't know in what form or wear uh but uh you know listen i i'm not i'm not apologizing for anything that he's done or anyone else's done but but the way they're going to frame this is going to be entirely political at the end of the day tim thanks for the call really appreciate you point that out our brennan i'm fired up unlike a typical millennial when it comes to bitcoin when it comes to bittorrent bitcoin i'm like a millennial i know very little about it but i'm super passionate about it you know it's like i kind of understand it but i love it so much in don't tell me it's i'm wrong maybe i'm right maybe i'm wrong i've made a small bet on the future of bitcoin not just because it's it's it's a potential investment that's highly volatile by the way up and downs been very up recently but because i do think if you read listen to some documentaries and read some white papers on it the technology behind it the blocking technology in others havoc an opportunity revolutionize finance in our world replacing banks and third party lenders.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on We The People

"Let us just like they did in the 2015 order and they are almost certainly going to affirm the a twenty that new order under the current fcc under the same principles of deference and arbitrary and capricious nece for view and i would say that this is an area that we should all have a great deal of concern about i think that the court was wrong the dc circuit court of appeals was wrong to be as differential as it was to the 2015 order and i look forward to the opponents of the new order go onto the dc circuit in making all the same arguments that high made two years ago to explain why the 2017 order is problematic i think that's great that we share a common set of views about a a concern over how differential words are going to be to the agency uh just a couple of very brief comments about uh some of the examples travis gave and also that a bit torrent example that a un asked about earlier in the case of bittorrent comcast famously was interrupting and resetting bittorrent sessions that users had and the common story here is bittorrent is used to distribute a great deal of video which competes with comcast's own video services the subsequent analysis and discussion shows that the bit tort users of bittorrent were interfering with other users of comcast's network the way that the protocol works was making it difficult or impossible at rulli for a comcast users to use over i pee protocols so comcast in order to protect users ability to use certain services degraded performance of a service that was harming the network the example of at t and verizon these are both examples where they advertised one thing unlimited service and delivered something else under the new order up the transparency rules are still.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Exponent

"Fully on board with a somebody that blocks the blocking the blocking is without question a bad thing and if that were to ever happen it be very problematic with it has happened it has been handled to date and you will be like people kind of may for me for knowing this but it's true the media has been a massive watchdog on this as they should be every bad behavior is exposed and made into a massive issue and that's a good thing that's a great thing it it in like the police i guess my point is the police system has worked cable has never been regulated under title two and outside of that comcast bittorrent issue with which again there's reasonable people can disagree about what was at stake there but at the end the day it was resolved in a ultimate customer friendly manner we haven't had issues of sites being extorted so they can serve customers it just hasn't happened i i'm still not quite ready to take the other side like a being around here i know that the impact that even half second of a delay will have in terms of impact on revenue of a company like if a site isn't loading within that amount of time than i can people just drop off and i my my inclination is not to believe the ias pisa gonna leave everything as it is and just improve it for the people who decide to pay up sings of going to start to degrade particularly where they think that going to be able to extract more rents from these technology companies and unless it it's gonna turn into extortion unless these companies pay up the site will continue to be degraded and once one company pays because it improves the performance and therefore you see the revenue numbers boost all the other companies are going to have no choice but to do this as well and i can't help but feel it's just gonna turn into these big rent extraction from i as pace which around something that should just be a baselevel infrastructure and it's much better without been looking into the traffic and figuring out whether figuring out whether they should they could be able to charge more for it or not.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Exponent

"Fully on board with a somebody that blocks the blocking the blocking is without question a bad thing and if that were to ever happen it be very problematic with it has happened it has been handled to date and you will be like people kind of may for me for knowing this but it's true the media has been a massive watchdog on this as they should be every bad behavior is exposed and made into a massive issue and that's a good thing that's a great thing it it in like the police i guess my point is the police system has worked cable has never been regulated under title two and outside of that comcast bittorrent issue with which again there's reasonable people can disagree about what was at stake there but at the end the day it was resolved in a ultimate customer friendly manner we haven't had issues of sites being extorted so they can serve customers it just hasn't happened i i'm still not quite ready to take the other side like a being around here i know that the impact that even half second of a delay will have in terms of impact on revenue of a company like if a site isn't loading within that amount of time than i can people just drop off and i my my inclination is not to believe the ias pisa gonna leave everything as it is and just improve it for the people who decide to pay up sings of going to start to degrade particularly where they think that going to be able to extract more rents from these technology companies and unless it it's gonna turn into extortion unless these companies pay up the site will continue to be degraded and once one company pays because it improves the performance and therefore you see the revenue numbers boost all the other companies are going to have no choice but to do this as well and i can't help but feel it's just gonna turn into these big rent extraction from i as pace which around something that should just be a baselevel infrastructure and it's much better without been looking into the traffic and figuring out whether figuring out whether they should they could be able to charge more for it or not.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That serve this gatekeeper role and whether they should be able to favour discriminates of people need to keep their eye in the ball you know folks have lots of problems with what some of the big tech companies are doing but that's a separate conversation that is not going to be handled at the federal communications commission worries the fcc the right person there for the round innovations regulators where should be i think you've got to shore up any trust laws and there's a big conversation going on the country right now but whether our antitrust laws are are good enough and strong enough and i don't believe they are i do i do believe those need to be strengthened privacy is a major problem control of data those are the kind of conversations that we need to have in congress and we need to have at any trust authorities for the federal communications commission was set up in 1930 four to regulate networks and not to regulate the content that rides over those networks and i'd like to keep it that way that might not sound limits i'm weird for you know a liberal like me but i think the fcc does just fine regulating in the networks the worst part of this whole thing is that if pies plaid passes the fcc will have no oversight over access to the most important network of our lifetimes and it it really shouldn't be that way and so who would nowhere what can i point um he he says the federal trade commission will step in and um using the antitrust laws um you know forcing companies to keep their promises but in the case of comcast throttling bittorrent he says that that should have been handled as an ftc issue but that happened in the real world and we know that the ftc did nothing joe i i mean hhe even his example of how the federal trade commission could regulate has already been disproven locate we've the we we we have time for this hour but through we will pick this up again i want to thank both of you for taking time to be with us today shown to lower to georgetown law former councillor live the if c c john bride khin senior hi ti reporter for ars technica he's now he he's been covering this issue very close we thank you both for taking time.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But it's hard to get people about it you know am and partly because we've bought we fought this battle before them and one but uh we're gonna work i think we're his time semper fourteenth the commission's the fcc will vote aiding all la uh regulation of internet service provider regulation the internet don't don't get fooled by that oh we don't want a government regulation it's not it's not it's said the exact opposite scott keeping in asia service providers from messing with the internet off comcast block bittorrent for while to remember that because they said well that's people using that to seal music except they weren't just using amusing the reason it for a lot of other things including downloading my podcasts weekly distributions of lennox legally lots of stuff legally but comcast and lincoln so they turn it off they can do it fortunately ah their customers get upset and they changed their mind and am i wonder if the fcc might have gotten into it a little bit just a little bit as he ceded get into it at a couple of years ago or moldova rizon which by the way big service brighter not just in a challenge but also in homes but on your phone if yet of rise in phone you the rise in was sending outta unique identifier with ac watch attaching it to you a unique uh fire that they within cell to anybody who who paid the fee so that jet websites at advertisers and so forth could identify you on the internet collect information about chummy with at kotkai yum when for rice and got caught doing this the fcc caught him.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But it's hard to get people about it you know am and partly because we've bought we fought this battle before them and one but uh we're gonna work i think we're his time semper fourteenth the commission's the fcc will vote aiding all la uh regulation of internet service provider regulation the internet don't don't get fooled by that oh we don't want a government regulation it's not it's not it's said the exact opposite scott keeping in asia service providers from messing with the internet off comcast block bittorrent for while to remember that because they said well that's people using that to seal music except they weren't just using amusing the reason it for a lot of other things including downloading my podcasts weekly distributions of lennox legally lots of stuff legally but comcast and lincoln so they turn it off they can do it fortunately ah their customers get upset and they changed their mind and am i wonder if the fcc might have gotten into it a little bit just a little bit as he ceded get into it at a couple of years ago or moldova rizon which by the way big service brighter not just in a challenge but also in homes but on your phone if yet of rise in phone you the rise in was sending outta unique identifier with ac watch attaching it to you a unique uh fire that they within cell to anybody who who paid the fee so that jet websites at advertisers and so forth could identify you on the internet collect information about chummy with at kotkai yum when for rice and got caught doing this the fcc caught him.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But it's hard to get people about it you know am and partly because we've bought we fought this battle before them and one but uh we're gonna work i think we're his time semper fourteenth the commission's the fcc will vote aiding all la uh regulation of internet service provider regulation the internet don't don't get fooled by that oh we don't want a government regulation it's not it's not it's said the exact opposite scott keeping in asia service providers from messing with the internet off comcast block bittorrent for while to remember that because they said well that's people using that to seal music except they weren't just using amusing the reason it for a lot of other things including downloading my podcasts weekly distributions of lennox legally lots of stuff legally but comcast and lincoln so they turn it off they can do it fortunately ah their customers get upset and they changed their mind and am i wonder if the fcc might have gotten into it a little bit just a little bit as he ceded get into it at a couple of years ago or moldova rizon which by the way big service brighter not just in a challenge but also in homes but on your phone if yet of rise in phone you the rise in was sending outta unique identifier with ac watch attaching it to you a unique uh fire that they within cell to anybody who who paid the fee so that jet websites at advertisers and so forth could identify you on the internet collect information about chummy with at kotkai yum when for rice and got caught doing this the fcc caught him.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"And you know i am involved with things like pgp and i'm like oh this is so cool i can like encrypt in email and nobody can read it and i you know and i am involved with with virtual currencies and game in virtual games and stuff like this and and then napster comes out and then napster gets shut down because it's centralized and then you have things like bittorrent come out and and they can't shut down bittorrent in why can't they shutdown bittorrent because it's a decentralised distributed network that's a that's basically an internet protocol the fact that block trade technology is evolving from and be built around an incident protocal is hugely important to understand and so this whole time that the internet is being billed it's the protocol guys you know that are really building it at the base layers things like tcp a p h tdp sntp veal ip you know it's the protocol guys who are really building the internet in this censorship resistant way and then they create things like the etf so that building the protocols requires wide consensus and that way they're not there are not any particular choke points on the internet and a in a keeps it so that you have this free flow of information at a technical level and then you know i'm just going along i'm i'm learning about money and gold and i'm writing a paper for for law school about gold and all of a sudden on the you know i i graduated from law school and i have about two years and so i just do my own thing and i'm i'm writing my blog run to gold and then i've i come across bitcoin on the internet.

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"bittorrent" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"bittorrent" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"I then moved in to networking um worked with a contentdistribution network who did a appear to pay a distribution network purity appear huh that's pretty good yeah yeah well that what they started out with initially walls providing bittorrent cash is to ifp so the ifp would have to pay for the upstream cost to the internet and cream instead just cash the win analysts dreams rights feeling hub bittorrent was ruined by people using it too much for piracy her bit where i think would have been a really fantastic for all sorts of web content delivery videostreaming so many things but you know since a god so associated with pirating mp threes in and videos it's kind of your black mark i don't know i think if it had been the right solution technically than it would have one eye on its own merit anyway uh i you know the legal fight of vat on thank was really the main influence wrote that necessarily well on the live really i get the reason why i thought i had i it's because i was that busy walking a company where walsh using bittorrent on walks trying to provide a hey how you do a cd and using h pit i don't know i long ago for me to give your answer about the i'm going to felt mile all right uh as he did that for a while was adam python or something else so i can't remember at what point things that didn't apply senate would either when i was working in speechrecognition on.

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