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  1. Five key operators of the cyberlocker site Ryushare.com have this week been jailed for spreading "depraved content". After making available masses of pornographic videos the popular file-hosting site is said to have illegally generated close to $7m in profits. Site founder Nguyen Duc Nhat was sentenced to 3.5 years behind bars. Three years ago file-hosting site Ryushare was a rising star in the so-called cyberlocker scene. Operating healthy affiliate and rewards schemes the site became a magnet for those looking to upload popular content. After mere months online the site was already pressing the market leaders and by early 2013 was looking to break into the Alexa 500. Progress continued for another year but in April 2014 the site suddenly disappeared without explanation. Rumors began to circulate that the site’s operators had been arrested but it took weeks for the arrival of an official announcement. The Vietnamese government eventually delivered the news that Ryushare had been closed down following the arrest of site owner Nguyen Duc Nhat plus three of his associates. Cars, motorcycles, and around $350,000 were seized. While arrests are not a particularly unusual development in file-sharing cases, copyright issues weren’t at the heart of the site’s problems. It transpired that the authorities had taken offense at the huge amounts of “depraved content†being made available via the site. Following the arrest of another individual, five men stood trial in Vietnam this month for their crimes. THE RYUSHARE DEFENDANTS ON TRIAL The court heard that the vast majority of the site’s 803,000 users didn’t pay a cent to access Ryushare, but around 77,500 VIP members paid between 10 euros per month and 60 euros per year for special access to the service. And it paid to introduce new VIP members to the site, with up to 60% of the sign up fee paid back to referrers. The authorities claim that this system of commissions, VIP accounts and access to free (largely pornographic) content was the driving force behind the operation and the reason that people took the time to upload so much to the site. And it was profitable to do so, the prosecution said. The Court was told that since Ryushare’s inception in 2012, 32-year-old site creator Nguyen Duc Nhat generated profits of around $7m, collected via payment processing company OnePAY. Around $230,000 was paid out to four individuals who uploaded around 18,000 porn titles to the site. The numbers aren’t particularly surprising considering the size of the Ryushare operation. According to a local report the site hosted more than 11.3 million files hosted on 700 servers hired from companies located in France and the Netherlands. This Monday the five defendants – Nguyen Duc Nhat, 32, Huu Hieu Le, 29, Ty Le Van, 27, Vu Ich Nguyen, 30, and Vinh Quoc Doan Van, 32 – were found guilty and handed custodial sentences ranging from nine months to three and half years. The five also received relatively small fines totaling a few thousand dollars. But while the original Ryushare operators are now behind bars, the site itself returned several months ago and remains online today. While it hasn’t yet retained its former standing in terms of traffic, its business model appears untouched and currently charges exactly the same rates for premium membership. https://torrentfreak.com/five-cyberlocker-operators-jailed-for-spreading-depraved-culture-150325/
  2. Having battery life problems on your Windows 8.1 laptop? These tips will help you squeeze the most juice out of your battery. You shouldn't have to be tethered to your desk to use your laptop. While battery life is improving, it still isn't perfect. If you've got a Windows 8.1 machine, these tips will help you squeeze the most juice of your computer's battery. Software updates Microsoft routinely issues patches and software updates to fix bugs and add new features to Windows. It's always a good idea that you are on the latest version of Windows. Not only will these updates helpkeep your system more secure, but they can sometimes also improve your battery life. To check for updates, go to the Charms menu by swiping from right to left on the screen or moving your mouse to the lower right corner of the screen. Then, click on Settings, select the "Change PC settings" option, followed by Updates and Recovery, and click the "Check for updates" box. Tweak power settings Microsoft has bundled various power saving options inside of Windows 8.1. These settings can be accessed from the desktop by opening the Control Panel, selecting Hardware and Sound, and clicking on Power options. Here you can choose a power plan from Microsoft or you can create your own. You can tweak things like brightness, when the display will turn off, and when the computer will go to sleep, among other things. Clicking on the "Change advanced power settings" will open the door to even more customization options. Dim the display The display on your laptop uses a ton of energy. When you disconnect the power cord, it's best to dim the brightness down below half or to a level that is suitable for your eyes. This can be done by going to the Charms menu and select Settings. The brightness options are located above the keyboard icon and next to the volume menu. If your laptop includes it, you should also disable the automatic brightness feature, and dim the keyboard backlight. To do this, go to Settings, click on the "Change PC settings" option, tap on PC and Devices, followed by Display, and turn off the "Adjust my screen brightness automatically" slider. To dim the keyboard backlight, open the Charms menu, click on Search, type in "mobility," and select Windows Mobility Center. Turn off Bluetooth Even if you don't have a wireless mouse or speakers connected, having Bluetooth enabled will still draw power from your computer's battery. To disable the Bluetooth radio, go to Settings, click on the "PC and devices" option, and select Bluetooth. Disconnect any dongles As is the case with Bluetooth, a USB-connected device (such as a flash drive) will also drain your battery. If you aren't using the dongle or device, you should unplug it to prevent battery drain. If the power cord is unplugged, charging your smartphone or tablet via a USB port will also reduce your battery life. http://www.cnet.com/how-to/five-ways-to-improve-battery-life-on-windows/
  3. Following news last week that streaming portal DreamFilm had been shut down, Swedish police have confirmed several file-sharing related arrests. Noting that there had been "significant seizures", police say that two well-known torrent sites have been shut down and five arrested under suspicion of copyright-related offenses. It’s been just over two months since Swedish police carried out a dramatic raid that took the infamous Pirate Bay offline. While the action certainly had an impact on its raid-proof reputation, the torrent site rose from the ashes two weeks ago with its databases largely intact. While that resurrection must’ve been a blow to Swedish authorities, action against torrent sites is far from over. As the investigation into The Pirate Bay and former operator Fredrik Neij continues, police have struck again in the notorious torrent site’s backyard. In common with December’s raid, local authorities are providing a bare minimum of details. “We have made ​​significant seizures, but I will not say more than that,†said prosecutor Mats Ljungqvist. It is known that five people are in police custody under suspicion of being involved in the unlawful distribution of copyrighted movies. While it’s yet to be confirmed, the investigation will almost certainly have been launched at the behest of the major Hollywood studios and local anti-piracy group Rights Alliance. One of the sites targeted is Tankafetast, Sweden’s second largest torrent site. It’s been hit before, at least a couple of times, but has always managed to reappear. This time the situation seems more serious. Also down is torrent site PirateHub and streaming portal Tankefetast Play. The latter is currently redirecting to the same political site as its namesake. PROMOTIONAL IMAGE PREVIOUSLY RELEASED BY TANKAFETAST While confirming that an investigation into PirateHub had been ongoing for some time, Ljungqvist did not reveal whether equipment such as servers had been seized in the latest operation. When quizzed about the downtime of the sites listed above, however, the prosecutor said that they’d been disabled by their operators. “It is not us who have taken down the sites, it is they themselves who did so in order to prevent further crime,†Ljungqvist said. dreamfilmIf that is indeed the case, the development has clear parallels with the news last week concerning streaming portal DreamFilm.se. The operators of that site reported that after one of their admins was arrested the site did a deal with police to close down voluntarily. While that didn’t go quite to plan, with some admins leaving to start a new venture with a similar name, it’s possible that the replacement URL won’t be reported on the old DreamFilm.se homepage for long. According to IDG, the prosecution in the case has now filed a motion at the district court in Linköping for that domain name to be forfeited. As reported earlier this week, two Pirate Bay domain names are also under threat, with authorities targeting the Punkt SE registry with pioneering legal action to have the domains revoked and/or seized by the state. http://torrentfreak.com/torrent-sites-shut-down-after-swedish-police-arrest-five-150213/
  4. Just when you thought they were done for the week, New Line Cinema and MGM have released another character poster for Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies featuring Richard Armitage as Thorin Oakenshield. You can check it out below along with the five posters released earlier this week. The final film's cast also includes Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Evangeline Lilly, Lee Pace, Luke Evans, Benedict Cumberbatch, Stephen Fry, Cate Blanchett, Ian Holm, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, Ken Stott, James Nesbitt, Orlando Bloom, John Bell, Manu Bennett, Jed Brophy, Adam Brown, John Callen, Billy Connolly, Ryan Gage, Mark Hadlow, Peter Hambleton, Stephen Hunter, William Kircher, Lawrence Makoare, Sylvester McCoy, Graham McTavish, Dean O'Gorman, Mikael Persbrandt, Aidan Turner. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, hitting theaters December 17, concludes the adventure of the title character Bilbo Baggins, who joins the Wizard Gandalf and thirteen Dwarves, led by Thorin Oakenshield, on an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. The service is making some interesting moves in the BYOD arena, and without some of the compromises imposed by other low-cost carriers. Your mileage may vary, but Ting can definitely save you money over the long haul.TingThe smartphone world has its share of disruptors. Over here you've got Republic Wireless and TextNow offering cheap, no-contract service powered heavily by Wi-Fi. Over there you've got the unlocked OnePlus One smartphone delivering flagship features for half the price of a Galaxy S5. And then there's Ting, a two-year-old wireless service provider started by...Tucows? That shareware-hosting company? Yeah, like I'm going to get my cell service from the same place I go to download PDF converters. Except, hold on a second. Ting's "disruptive" ways have earned it thousands of loyal fans, and the company has made some interesting moves in recent months that should cause even more users to sit up and take notice. Indeed, every time I write about Republic, Virgin Mobile, or another no-contract carrier, readers invariably chime in to recommend Ting. Wondering why? Here are five reasons you may want to give the company your wireless business. 1. You pay for only what you use Ting's claim to fame has long been its pricing model. Instead of paying a flat rate for "unlimited" everything, you pay only for what you use -- a great option for folks who may consume a lot of one thing but very little of another. It's all about the buckets.TingFor example, my daughter, like most teens, is constantly texting, but makes almost no voice calls and consumes relatively little data (because she's mostly connected to Wi-Fi). Ting levies its monthly fees based on three individual "buckets" -- one each for voice, data, and texting. Wherever your usage lands within each bucket, that's what you pay per month. Think of cable TV: you pay a flat rate for 500 channels even though you may only watch 50 of them. It's the same with cell carriers, but with Ting, you get an a-la-carte option. Though not every user stands to save big, many users stand to save, period. 2. It's family-friendly I know many a household manager who tears his hair out at having to pay for three, four, sometimes even five or more phones every month. Ting charges $6 per device on your account, with no limits. Then everyone pools their activity into that same bucket system. Although it's hard to predict where that will land you every month, you can plug usage from previous months (on your current carrier) into Ting's usage calculator to see what your savings might be. Again, this is predicated on the idea of bringing an existing phone to Ting. If you're looking at new hardware for everyone in the family, obviously you'll have to factor that into the equation -- same as you would with subsidized phones from a Big Four carrier. 3. You can easily swap phones from another carrier TingLet's say you've got an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 or a VerizoniPhone 5. So much for moving to Ting, right? That S3 runs on GSM networks, and Ting is a Sprint-powered CDMA network. Likewise, Verizon's phones are typically locked to its own CDMA towers. Not a problem. Ting recently introduced a swap program that lets you make the move at virtually no cost. What you do is buy the same model phone (except Sprint-compatible) from Glyde, then sell your current handset through Glyde. If you're not able to sell it for the same price as you bought the replacement, Ting will credit you the difference. Sure, this will take a little time and effort, but in the end it should be a fairly transparent move -- the only difference being that Ting is now your service provider. 4. It's hacker-friendly One frustrating thing about carriers like Republic Wireless is that you can't bring your own device. Ting not only accommodates most Sprint-compatible handsets, but also "quietly encourages" (a PR rep's words) any bit of hacking that goes with it. So, for example, a recent Reddit thread revealed that some Verizon iPhone 5 units can make the move to Ting. (It all depends on the ESN, which you can check easily using Ting's tool.) Another Reddit user shared the option of unlocking a Boost Mobile Moto G -- temporarily on sale at Target for just $59.99 -- and bringing it to Ting. The company is like a cellular Statue of Liberty: "Give us your tired (of contracts), your poor (from paying high monthly rates), your huddled masses yearning to switch carriers." 5. You can give back Like Solavei, Ting has a referral program (accessible via your account dashboard) that nets you $50 in credit for the first friend who joins and $25 per friend after that. (Needless to say, scoring just one referral per month could potentially cover your entire bill.) However, if you don't want friends and/or family members to feel like you're just looking out for number one, Ting now offers the option of donating your referral credit to charity. I like that, much the same way I like Giv Mobile's monthly contributions pared from your bill. So what's the catch? Are there any reasons not to hook up with Ting? I can think of only one: coverage. In my neck of metro Detroit, Sprint service is mediocre at best. Inside my house, call quality varies between weak and mediocre (with occasional drops), and data moves at a snail's pace. Ironically, I have the same issue with Republic Wireless (another Sprint MVNO), but the default to Wi-Fi calling effectively solves that problem. It also allows me to make calls when I travel outside the country, an option not natively available on CDMA phones. In any case, I had the chance to test drive an iPhone 5 running on Ting's service, and using it was no different than using an iPhone 5 on any other carrier. (Interestingly, you can buy a Ting-ready iPhone 5 from Glyde for about $250.) Unfortunately, for the moment there's no support for the iPhone 5C or 5S, though a Ting rep said it's in the works. I'm not saying Ting is the best carrier out there or even the cheapest. It's simply one you shouldn't overlook when shopping for cell service. There are several benefits you won't find elsewhere, not the least of which is the chance to pay lower rates. If you've tried Ting yourself, hit the comments and share what you liked or didn't like. http://www.cnet.com/news/five-reasons-to-consider-bringing-your-smartphone-to-ting/
  6. Ten months since the release of KitKat Android 4.4, the most up to date version of Android now runs 21 percent of all Google OS devices. As interest turns to what Android L will bring when it's released later this year, Google's 2013 OS, KitKat, continues to inch up, climbing from 18 percent in July to 20.9 percent in August. Despite small changes to the market share each OS has, there's been no movement in their respective ranking. With 54 percent share between them, the three versions of Jelly Bean make up the most widely-used version of Android, followed by KitKat. However, Jelly Bean's overall share declined month on month, falling from 56.5 percent in July.Google's latest Android distribution numbers are gathered from devices that have the Google Play Store app installed, and covered a seven day period to 12 August. Ice Cream Sandwich also dropped, decreasing to 10.6 percent, while Gingerbread's share rose ever so slightly to 13.6 percent. Froyo, which will likely soon drop off the list, now runs 0.7 percent of Android devices. Google provides the numbers to developers each month to help them prioritise which versions to target. While KitKat now commands a respectable share of Android devices, it still means most people with an Android phone are still stuck on an outdated OS that isn't receiving maintenance updates. Generally, devices that are older than 18 months at the time a new version of Android is released don't get the update. Besides that, Android users are now focused on the new features that will come with Android L and the devices that will launch alongside it, such as the rumoured Nexus 6. Google has partnered with LG for the Nexus 4 and 5, but if the Android rumour mill suggests itcould partner with Motorola this time around. Smartphones that are expected to get Android L include the Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, in addition to newer Google Play Edition phones, while HTC has promised to deliver the update to the HTC One M8 and M7 within 90 days of Google releasing the OS. There's also been lots of speculation over whether Motorola will deliver Android L to the Moto X. A Motorola exec confirmed last week that it will indeed get the update. http://www.zdnet.com/kitkat-now-runs-one-in-five-android-devices-7000032621/
  7. Five Best BitTorrent Applications Expand Click to viewThe days of peer-to-peer file sharing tools ushered into popularity by the original Napster are over and done, and today, BitTorrent reigns supreme. It took some time for BitTorrent to gain mainstream popularity, but now that it has, there are a surplus of BitTorrent clients available vying for your downloads. On Tuesday we asked you to share your favorite BitTorrent applications, and now we're back with the five most popular choices. Keep reading for a breakdown of the top five and to pick the BitTorrent client you count on. Photo by djxspike. Before We Get Started By now BitTorrent is a common and popular file-sharing protocol, so chances are you all know how it works. If you don't, check out our beginner's guide to BitTorrent. If that's too elementary for you, our intermediate guide might be more your speed. uTorrent (Windows) Expand uTorrent's first public release came three years ago today, having been developed with one goal in mind: To create a lightweight, efficient BitTorrent client. Once a popular independently developed app, uTorrent is now owned and operated by BitTorrent the company (not to be confused with the protocol). Despite a continued emphasis on keeping the application small, fast, and light, uTorrent is now loaded with features, including a personal favorite, built-in remote control. Deluge (All Platforms) Expand Deluge is a lightweight, cross-platform BitTorrent client. The look and feel of Deluge is very reminiscent of uTorrent, and as much as uTorrent has dragged their heels on porting to any platform other than Windows, Deluge is poised to really take hold as a uTorrent-for-the-rest-of-us. The app is a little over a year old, and in that time it's already built an impressive, feature-rich client. Another feather in Deluge's cap is that it supports a plug-in architecture, and though all plug-ins are currently included in the app, the extensibility it offers could mean a lot to Deluge as it continues to grow. Transmission (Mac OS X/*nix) Expand Transmission is a free, open-source BitTorrent client with big download bars and an increasingly impressive feature set. Like uTorrent and Deluge, Transmission aims to remain as light on system resources as possible while still offering every feature most users could want or need. The application boasts similar features to most of the rest, like download scheduling and remote control, but also has nice integration with OS X, including Dock and Growl notifications and built-in Quick Look. rTorrent (*nix) Expand rTorrent is a text-based BitTorrent client that runs on Linux and Unix-like systems. In contrast to the other options, rTorrent is about as spartan as you can get on features and interface. Most fans of rTorrent love that they can easily control rTorrent remotely over SSH, but a very nice web interface called wTorrent is available if you like the idea behind rTorrent but can't see yourself managing all your downloads through the command line. Vuze (All Platforms) Expand Vuze (or the BitTorrent client formerly known as Azureus) is a free, cross-platform application written in Java. Often criticized for its memory footprint (70MB at startup for me—or about 10 times that of uTorrent), Vuze has recently re-branded; in addition to the torrent downloading, it's now a content distribution tool for original video. One of the biggest talking points for Vuze addicts is its distributed trackerless network, which allows users to find and download content from peers even when they can't find anything on a web tracker. Now that you've seen the best, it's time to vote for the BitTorrent client that gets the job done for you. If you've picked your favorite BitTorrent client and you know our beginner and intermediate guides inside and out, check out our top 10 BitTorrent tools and tricks for more cool ways to get the most from BitTorrent.