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Convenience leads Prison Break fans to shun streams for P2P

Postby piXelatedEmpire » Mon Sep 08, 2008 6:26 pm

Story : http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080908-convenience-leads-prison-break-fan

The season's first episode of Prison Break was downloaded through BitTorrent almost a million times in under 24 hours since its network airing, even though it was available for free from the networks online.



Ross Wheeler, CEO of Albury.net.au, referring to the Australian Governments internet filtering plan wrote:"It's the most ill-conceived pile of stupidity by the biggest bunch of cretins that I've ever seen in my life"
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Re: Convenience leads Prison Break fans to shun streams for P2P

Postby EvilWizardGlick » Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:36 pm

And it sucked. Maybe the rest will be better.
I'm surprised Prison Break has stayed alive this long.
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Re: Convenience leads Prison Break fans to shun streams for P2P

Postby piXelatedEmpire » Mon Sep 08, 2008 8:08 pm

How many times can you break out of stuff and keep a series interesting?
Ross Wheeler, CEO of Albury.net.au, referring to the Australian Governments internet filtering plan wrote:"It's the most ill-conceived pile of stupidity by the biggest bunch of cretins that I've ever seen in my life"
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