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Whatever happened to P2P Blog?
12/15 2009 | 11:05 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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I'm usually not into boring my readers with a whole bunch of excuses about why I haven't been posting that much. That being said, regular readers of this site might have been wondering: What's going on? Why hasn't P2P Blog been updated more often in the last few weeks, if not months?
Well, a few things happened. I moved to the Bay Area a little while ago, and the move turned out to be epic. Well, or at least it took a darn long time. Honestly, I still haven't unpacked a lot of my boxes.
At least, I can blame it on something other than my own procrastination now: The good people at Gigaomni Media have hired me as the co-editor of You may have seen my links to my previous articles on popping up here ever so often. Well, it's gonna be just like that, but with a whole lot more posts, and a wider range of topics. If you haven't done so yet, I'd highly recommend to subscribe to Newteevee's RSS or Twitter feed. Or both.
So where does that leave P2P Blog? Honestly, I don't quite know yet. I definitely want to keep the site going, but it may get a slightly different focus. Less newsy, more specialized, and definitely more complementary to my work for Newteevee, but also other P2P news sites.
I've never really enjoyed writing about file sharing news that everyone else is reporting about already, and instead tried to find my own niche, with topics that may not be all that popular, but interesting nonetheless - and that's exactly what I'm going to do in the future as well. That being said, it's probably safe to say that there will be time periods when posting will be light. Like right now, for example. But don't worry, I'll be back. In the mean time, let me know what you'd like to read more about -here, as well as on - by sending any story ideas and tips. Thanks!
Tags: p2pblog, newteevee
BBC and P2P Next Test HD BitTorrent Streaming
12/05 2009 | 04:00 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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The EU-funded P2P Next project has started to stream BBC content in true 1080p HD via BitTorrent. The project posted an episode of the BBCs R D TV on its technical trial web site this week, with the option to stream it either in regular 480p or full HD-quality 1080p. Users have to first install a plug-in, which is currently only available for Windows.
P2P Next has been working on BitTorrent-based streaming since early 2008, and the project has enjoyed support from a number of European heavyweights. The EU has funded P2P Next with 14 million euros ($20.8 million). The BBC has been an early content partner of the project, and Pioneer has partnered to produce a P2P set top-box prototype. Initial data from the current test is promising, but it also shows theres still work to be done. Continue reading on
Tags: p2pnext, bbc, streaming, livinglab, newteevee
PPLive confirms new funding: $15 million for P2P TV
12/03 2009 | 12:12 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Chinese P2P start-up PPLive has received a new round of funding, totaling about 15 million dollars, according to Chinese media reports. Part of the funding is coming from Shanghai's municipal government. From Marbridge Daily:
"Industry sources say that PPLive has received investment from SAIF Partners, and that previous investors BlueRun Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) also added to their investments. However, Tao did not disclose the investors or investment amounts included in this round."
PPLive apparently also received some strategic investment from Baidu before this new round, but hasn't disclosed that amount either. The company raised around 20 million dollars in previous rounds and tried to get additional financing around a year ago, but instead had to lay off around 10% of its work force due to the economic slow down.
PPLive competitor PPStream recently also confirmed that its trying to raise more money.
Tags: pplive, venturecapital, ppstream, china, financing
Boxee wire frames: How it all started
12/01 2009 | 04:37 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Can't wait until the Boxee event next week in New York, where the company will not only unveil Boxee's beta version, but also offer a few more details about the upcoming Boxee box? Well, then how about some super-secret Boxee wire frames?
Okay, I'll admit it. That's not actually a wire frame for the upcoming Boxee beta, but part of the design process that led to the current alpha version of Boxee.
And no, it's not really all that secret either: Large parts of Boxee's current UI were designed by San Francisco based Method Inc., and Method's former User Experience Designer Jennifer Ng published this and other wire frames on her portfolio, where I discovered them today by accident.
Still, I find this type of stuff fascinating, and of course I wouldn't mind comparing this to some wire frames for the new beta. So if you got anything to share, send me an email ...
Tags: boxee,, wireframes
Fraud alert: Tens of thousands of anti-piracy settlements potentially illegal
12/01 2009 | 11:31 AM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Having forced tens of thousands of P2P users to pay up for costly pre-settlement notices, a number of European law offices and and anti-piracy companies suddenly find themselves on the other side of the gun: The German scene news site asked local authorities to start criminal investigations against a well-known anti-piracy law office, and even mainstream news organizations like the Financial Times are starting to take notice. The issue at heart could not only derail current anti-piracy campaigns, but potentially even lead to disbarment of the lawyers involved with these cases.
Here's what happened: Two weeks ago, an internal fax with details about the business of Germany's anti-piracy company Digiprotect turned up on The document was supposedly sent by German lawyer Udo Kornmeier, who has been assisting Digiprotect in hunting down thousands of German P2P users, to the U.K.-based law office Davenport Lyons, which has been doing the same thing in the U.K. with evidence provided by Logistep. Both Kornmeier and Digiprotect have publicly declined to comment on the authenticity of the document.
Digiprotect, Logistep, Davenport Lyons and even Kornmeier are well-known for their anti-P2P lawsuits, which typically work like this: A company like Digiprotect or Logistep logs the IP addresses of P2P users that share certain movies or songs. This type of evidence is then used to get ISPs through various legal measures to reveal the identity of these file sharers. Davenport Lyons or Kornmeyer then send out cease and desist letters complete with a pre-settlement offer. Pay 450 Euros, and we won't sue you.
This type of enforcement for cash has been going on for years, and some companies involved have in fact started to use bar codes on their pre-settlement notices to more efficiently deal with thousands of claims. Critics have long suspected that rights holders and the companies involved use P2P as a sort of mass lawsuit cash cow, and in fact another leaked document recently revealed that suing a user for file sharing can be 150 times more profitable than legally selling your work to the same user.
However, the newly leaked fax contained a very interesting detail:
The document states that "the whole project is kind of a joint venture where no party charges the other party with any costs." The problem with such a set-up is that the pre-settlement offers are usually based on costs incurred by retaining a law office to pursue the claim. File sharers are asked to pay 450 bucks for a porn movie because it costs money to investigate their IP address and send them the cease and desist letter.
However, German law specifically states that these costs can't be based on the success of the claim. In other words: In order to invoice file sharers for lawyer fees, these fees have to occur and be paid by someone no matter whether a file sharer pays up or not. Invoicing someone for costs that haven't actually occurred could be seen as fraud.
That's exactly what German lawyer Thomas Stadler believes to be going on here. He recently analyzed the work of Digiprotect and Kornmeier on his blog and concluded that it "violates existing laws." Kornmeiers answer? He send Stadler a cease and desist notice, demanding to take down the blog entry in question. Stadler responded by asking other lawyers that have been defending file sharers for assistance, and he's been compiling further evidence against the parties involved. I wouldn't be too surprised if more documents make their way to Wikileaks as well.
Tags: digiprotect, logistep, kornmeier, p2plawsuits, davenportlyons, udokornmeier, thomasstadler
For sale on Ebay: The guitars that rocked the Bittorrent world
11/30 2009 | 11:55 AM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor is selling most of his studio and live equipment on Ebay. The auction site currently lists around 20 guitars, and each item is accompanied by the following explanation:
"This is the equipment from the Nine Inch Nails touring Gear and studio rig that we are no longer in need of. (...) We will be listing hundreds of items over the next several weeks such as guitars, keyboards, amplifiers, drums, staging, anvil cases, cables, rack/outboard gear, guitar effects, pedal boards. So keep checking in on our auctions."
Some of the auctions already reached prices way over market value of the instruments, as noted by the Guardian. The paper explains:
"Nine Inch Nails have long enjoyed an interactive relationship with fans. Reznor has given away albums, leaked professionally shot live footage, and was for a long time one of music's most candid Twitterers. If Nine Inch Nails are no longer using some of their equipment, it seems they would rather see it in the hands of fans than gathering dust in a warehouse."
In fact, NIN has been embracing Bittorrent to distribute music and reach fans like no other band. Trent Reznor gave away multiple Creative Commons-licensed albums via torrent sites like The Pirate Bay. NIN also leaked a giant, 405 GB torrent with uncut HD footage, and the band even started up its own torrent tracker to fully utilize P2P.
In other words: NIN are Bittorrent's first rock stars, and these are the very guitars that rocked The Pirate Bay. Still need a present for the NIN-loving P2P enthusiast in your life? Then check out Reznor's auctions here.
Tags: nin, trentreznor, nineinchnails, ebay
Mininova Gutted  and Another Chance to Monetize BitTorrent Blown
11/29 2009 | 03:39 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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The popular torrent-indexing site late yesterday took the drastic step of removing all but a few torrents in response to a copyright infringement lawsuit. Dutch rights group BREIN went to court against Mininova in June, and later that summer, the site was ordered to remove any links to infringing content and prevent any further uploads of such content. Mininova is still considering appealing the ruling, according to a blog post published yesterday, but it decided to take down millions of links in the meantime.
The end of Mininova as we know it comes just a few days after The Pirate Bay announced the closure of its tracker. It also marks yet another wasted opportunity to monetize BitTorrrent. Continue reading on
Tags: mininova,, brein, newteevee
PPStream is looking for more funding
11/27 2009 | 09:05 AM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Chinese P2P TV start-up PPStream is looking for an additional round of funding, according to Marbridge Daily. The company previously received a total of 30 million dollars from LG's venture subsidiary LB Investment, Ceyuan Ventures and Qiming Venture Partners. From Marbridge Daily:
"PPStream's needs for cash are modest at this point; its main interest is reportedly resources it can gain from strategic investors."
PPStream previously forecasted 12 million dollars in revenue for 2009 and is now saying that it will end the year with "very small" losses.
PPStream apparently isn't the only Chinese P2P TV company looking for more funding. There have also been rumors about PPLive raising more money, but I haven't been able to confirm this with the company.
Tags: ppstream, pplive, lbventures
Europe Struggles With Three Strikes, Fox Exec Wants It Anyway
11/25 2009 | 10:05 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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The passage of the EUs Telecoms Reform package yesterday and a new survey from UK ISP Talk Talk cast new doubts about so-called three strikes copyright laws against file sharers, but that doesnt stop Fox Filmed Entertainment Chairman Jim Gianopulos from suggesting that the U.S. need similar legislation. The European parliament passed a wide-ranging package of regulations for the member states Telecom companies. It includes an amendment ensuring that any measures that would cut off end users Internet access would have to be fair and impartial and offer a timely judicial review.
In the meantime, British ISP Talk Talk has reiterated why precautions like these are so important. According to a survey conducted by the ISP, only half of its P2P-using customers actually realize that they have file-sharing applications on their computers. Kids would oftentimes install P2P apps without their parents knowledge, according to the ISP, and hijacked PCs that share files without the users knowledge are apparently also more common that wed assume. Continue reading on
Tags: threestrikes, eu, talktalk, telecomspackage
Swedish Television is experimenting with Octoshape P2P
11/25 2009 | 03:28 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
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Swedish broadcasteer SVT has started to experiment with live-streaming based on Octoshape's P2P plug-in for coverage of the computer gaming convention Dreamhack that is starting tomorrow in the Swedish town of Jnkping. SVT will provide around 10 hours of live coverage of the event online, and the programming will include in-game video of e-sports tournaments, according to The Local. From the newspaper's website:
"The web-based Dreamhack broadcasts will also allow SVT to beta-test a new webcasting technology that the station hopes will allow it to send higher quality video to more viewers. The technology relies on a P2P distribution network, which utilizes viewers free bandwidth to send SVTs video stream on to other viewers nearby."
The Local doesn't mention Octoshape by name, but a quick look at SVT's website reveals that the broadcaster is in fact utilizing Octoshape's technology. Of course, SVT isn't the first one doing so for live video. CNN previously utilized Octoshape for live coverage of the Obama inauguration, serving 25 million streams in the process.
Tags: svt, octoshape, sweden, inauguration, dreamhack
Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde wants your credit card number
11/24 2009 | 03:07 PM
Posted by: Janko Roettgers
For years, the Pirate Bay was the place to go to if you wanted to share movies, music or other digital goods. Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde, who resigned from his job as the site's spokesperson earlier this year, now has his eyes set on a different kind of loot: Sunde is one of the founders of the Swedish start-up Kvittar that promises to keep track of all of your purchases and offer a kind of online locker for receipts. From Kvittar's website:
"Receipts exist almost everywhere digitally today. By tradition they are still printed on paper, which we account for is illogical. Kvittar solves this illogical fact. If you pay with card you can get your receipt secure, encrypted and digitally with the service Kvittar, making them searchable."
The site doesn't offer that many details yet, but apparently consumers would connect their credit or debit cards to Kvittar, thereby giving the company access to their purchase data. Kvittar then saves this data and makes it available online. Here's a quick promo video from Kvittar's website:
embedKvittar Intro from Joakim Fors on Vimeo.
The company plans to offer private accounts for 5 Euros per year and business accounts for 10 Euros per year and credit card. Business accounts apparently offer the ability to export the data and use it for accounting purposes.
Kvittar isn't exactly the only company thinking about solutions like this. In fact, another P2P pioneer just recently helped to launch a similar start-up: co-founder and Redswoosh founder Travis Kalanick invested in Expensify, a company that also offers expense tracking through credit card data.
Tags: petersunde, brokep, kvittar,, expensify, traviskalanick
Rapidshare starts selling prepaid cards
11/23 2009 | 12:51 PM
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Next time you going to buy some magazines, you might be able to pick up unlimited downloads from as well: The well-known one-click file hoster is beginning to sell prepaid cards through retail outlets in Europe, according to a report from Users will be able to buy cards with varying denominations, starting with a one month membership and going all the way up to a whole year of access.
Rapidshare has been offering premium accounts for years now. Paying users are not only able to download files at higher speed rates and without waiting, but also upload files as big as 2GB. Critics have long suspected that Rapidshare is essentially making money off of users downloading movies and other copyrighted works, but the company has argued that it's merely hosting and not indexing any files and also offered rights holders various ways to take down infringing content.
Either way, the introduction of prepaid cards could be a big boon to Rapidshare's bottom line: Many European countries make it hard, if not impossible for minors to get credit cards, but teenagers are exactly the audience Rapidshare has been targeting with its Rapidgames section and its upcoming Rapidmusic service.
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Tags: rapidshare, oneclickhosting, prepaid
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