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Old 16-08-17, 02:30 PM
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HBO accidentally leaks next week's Game of Thrones Episode

HBO didn't even need to be hacked this time!



Read more on HBO's leaking of Game of Thrones S7 E6.

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Old 16-08-17, 04:56 PM
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As I said on the Facebook page, "Accidentally" so the people who download it are tracked and fined.
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Old 16-08-17, 10:42 PM
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As I said on the Facebook page, "Accidentally" so the people who download it are tracked and fined.
lol.. yeah they track millions of downloaders for what.... and they ruin it for the subscribers who pay.

only complete conspiracy nutjobs can come up with such an idea.

the only feasible way to make such stupid idea at least a bit workable is when they setup a P2P honeypot. that way they can collect IP´s themselves.

no web filehoster will give out data... or they can close shop.


they would then have to work with some anti piracy companys in nations who actually care and have copyright laws that are enforced. but setting up a honeypot can fire back in some of the countrys who actually do care about copyright laws.


i bet HBO has already given out a few pink slips.
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Old 16-08-17, 10:59 PM
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Am I like the only person on the planet that has never seen a single episode of this show?
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Old 16-08-17, 11:11 PM
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lol.. yeah they track millions of downloaders for what.... and they ruin it for the subscribers who pay.

only complete conspiracy nutjobs can come up with such an idea.

the only feasible way to make such stupid idea at least a bit workable is when they setup a P2P honeypot. that way they can collect IP´s themselves.

no web filehoster will give out data... or they can close shop.


they would then have to work with some anti piracy companys in nations who actually care and have copyright laws that are enforced. but setting up a honeypot can fire back in some of the countrys who actually do care about copyright laws.


i bet HBO has already given out a few pink slips.
Oh yeah conspiracy nutjobs..........that's why a friend of mine got a fine backed by a court order after downloading the last "leaked" episode of GoT.....but yeah...total nutjobs......
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Old 17-08-17, 04:13 AM
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Am I like the only person on the planet that has never seen a single episode of this show?
Nope.

I have not seen it, and from overhearing others talking about it, it seems like i'm not missing particularly much, and so have no incentive TO see it.
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Old 17-08-17, 11:13 AM
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Nope.

I have not seen it, and from overhearing others talking about it, it seems like i'm not missing particularly much, and so have no incentive TO see it.
I would heavily disagree with the fact not much happens
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Old 17-08-17, 11:20 AM
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Am I like the only person on the planet that has never seen a single episode of this show?
Nope ! you can add me to that !

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Old 17-08-17, 11:21 AM
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Nope.

I have not seen it, and from overhearing others talking about it, it seems like i'm not missing particularly much, and so have no incentive TO see it.
Nope, I've literally only watched the first episode and half of second and I'm not really feeling this "I wanna continue watching" feeling, you know?... It just seems very slow.
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lol.. yeah they track millions of downloaders for what.... and they ruin it for the subscribers who pay.

only complete conspiracy nutjobs can come up with such an idea.

the only feasible way to make such stupid idea at least a bit workable is when they setup a P2P honeypot. that way they can collect IP´s themselves.

no web filehoster will give out data... or they can close shop.


they would then have to work with some anti piracy companys in nations who actually care and have copyright laws that are enforced. but setting up a honeypot can fire back in some of the countrys who actually do care about copyright laws.


i bet HBO has already given out a few pink slips.
It's quite risky now.

A few years ago my mate got a bill for £560 in the post for downloading a DS game. £35 for the game and £525 in fines and court costs.

So it does happen. Never had it happen to me, but then you just never know any more.
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