BitTorrent has plenty of practical and legal uses, but sadly, if you're one
of the millions of people using it, you're probably breaking the law. A student
at Princeton University by the name of Sauhard Sahi has conducted a study of
more than 1,000 random files acquired using the trackerless Mainline DHT, and
found that more than 99% of them infringe on copyrights. I somehow doubt this
news will shock or amaze you, but at least one interesting discovery was made
and it makes a pretty compelling argument against those who would try to claim
that DRM helps prevent piracy.

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