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BitTorrent – Windows 10

BitTorrent – Windows 10

BitTorrent Sites Block Windows 10 Users

BitTorrent – Windows 10 – the war is coming?

If you are a assiduous user of BitTorrent, you may have already heard about an unpleasant surprise. Indeed, BitTorrent sites have started to block Windows 10 users. So you may want to think twice before installing Windows 10, even if the new system is gaining fans all over the world.

The fact is that many users are however growing distrustful of Windows 10’s privacy settings. In consequence a growing number of BitTorrent sites don’t trust Windows 10 at all. Some of them have already banned Windows 10 users. Some others have announced that they are considering blocking Windows 10 users from accessing torrents from their site. So Bittorrent-Windows 10 seem not to like each other.

For example, in a YouTube video, iTS BitTorrent site says that (and we quote):“Windows 10 is nothing more than a spy tool that will keep track of every action, email, conversation, video, picture, or anything else that you do on your computer.” This position is based on Microsoft’s new unified services and privacy agreements. They refer to a clause which states that (and we quote once again): “We may automatically check your version of the software and download software updates or configuration changes, including those that prevent you from accessing the Services, playing counterfeit games, or using unauthorized hardware peripheral devices.”

Some other well-known BitTorrent trackers, such as BB or FSC, are also discouraging their users from accessing their sites from Windows 10 (Pirate Bay, the world’s biggest BitTorrent site, hasn’t said a word about the issue till today).

Yes, there exists a possibility to lock Windows 10’s privacy settings down. However, the BitTorrent sites are deeply concerned that even with these privacy settings down, Windows 10 will be able to transmit some data about the computer which use this system to Microsoft. The question arises then about who Microsoft shares our data with. According to iTS administrators, “Microsoft decided to revoke any kind of data protection and submit whatever they can gather to not only themselves but also others. One of those is one of the largest anti-piracy company called MarkMonitor. Amongst other things Windows 10 sends the contents of your local disks directly to one of their servers. Obviously this goes way too far and is a serious threat to sites like ours which is why we had to take measures.”

We all know that BitTorrent sites offer access to torrents of copyright materials such as movies, music, TV shows, and so on. So we repeat that if you are a BitTorrent user, we suggest you take a seat and wait and see what is going on there, before you take the decision about Windows 10.

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