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  • n. Plural form of downloader.


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  • The Socialists scored a childishly theatrical coup to throw out the so-called Creation and Internet bill, with ahotly contested clause to cut off repeat illegal downloaders from the internet: a group of them quietly hid behind the lower house of parliament’s thick red curtains only to jump out seconds before the vote, thus outnumbering their right-wing rivals, many of whom had failed to show up.

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  • It'll still cost the industry way too much to go after individual downloaders, which is why you go after the uploaders, the suppliers of the content online.


  • This means that these 'downloaders', as we'll call them, are willing to watch shitty movies just to avoid paying 5-6 bucks on matinee to see them.

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  • Malware such as downloaders and droppers retained the second place in G Data's chart, with

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  • Solution is using proxy (for which "downloaders" probably won't work IMHO). Forum

  • I may be wrong, but "downloaders" probably won't work with proxy IMHO, but that's not a problem either. Forum

  • They updated RTMP - coders of "downloaders" will figure it out - they will update it again - and so on ... Forum

  • You could say that the downloaders were ignorant opportunists.

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  • There would need to be changes in licensing from the major labels, technological implementation, a strong marketing plan and—perhaps most importantly—all delivered at a price that would entice illegal downloaders to pay for music that was already free for the taking.

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  • The consequences that SOPA and PIPA supporters do not mention include: 1 This will not stop downloaders.

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