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Friday, November 11, 2011

The Top 10 Torrent Sites of 2010

As of January 23rd, 2010, several torrent search engines have distinguished themselves. This list is compiled from reader suggestions, and will be updated every several days.You are welcome to submit your own suggestions to be included in this torrent sites list. This list is in random order. Special thanks to the readers who contact us regularly and made this list possible.
The Top 10 Torrent Sites of 2010 Where Downloaders Find Music and Movie Files.
Antivirus Warning for P2P Downloaders: before you use any download site or P2P network, make sure you install a reliable antivirus. While most P2P users are honest, there are malicious ones who will abuse P2P file sharing as a way to propagate viruses.
1. The Pirate Bay April 18, 2009: the Stockholm district court has sentenced the four Pirate Bay founders to a year in prison, and over $USD 3.5 million in fines. This is as punishment for violating their country’s copyright laws. More on this shocking court ruling here
2. Still in beta testing format, this new torrent site claims to be the largest legal torrent search engine today. Accordingly, the result sets are much smaller than the “pirate” counterparts, but definitely try this site for yourself.
3. Currently in a legal dispute with the Canadian Recording Industry Association, Isohunt is a longtime favorite of P2P users. Isohunt indexes millions of torrents from thousands of the most popular torrent sites and displays the results according to number of seeds.The community at Isohunt also helps police abuse within their network, and reader comments and votes help to identify those torrents which should be avoided.
4. PizzaTorrent PizzaTorrent is another great torrent search engine to find movie torrents quickly. Their hompage lists the popular searches made. The best part about this search engine is that the results are sorted in categories like games, movies, music, anime, etc. The results are neatly displayed and there is no advertising on their site yet. You can sort results according to seeds, peers, and size. PizzaTorrent is an easy way to search for your requiredmovie torrents. Just like NowTorrents, you can install the plugin for searching as well.
5. Torrent Root: a metasearch engine, Torrent Root will pore through other search engines on your behalf, and display the results in a slick tabbed interface for your easy browsing. WARNING:the Torrent Root web page has recently been infected by scareware and phishing viruses. The webmasters seem to have purged the infection, but fair warning: with any P2P browsing, protect yourself by installing a reliable antivirus.
6. BiteNova (formerly known as “Bi-Torrents”, BiteNova is a free Torrent site with a spartan look and fast searching format.)
7. is back online! After legal conflicts in April of 2008, they have reestablished themselves outside of the USA. Demonoid is still a private community, and members are held liable for any leeching that their invited friends do in this community. If you are lucky enough to get a Demonoid membership, invite your friends carefully, lest you lose your own membership.
8. CompleTorrent CompleTorrent is quite similar to TorrentScoop and is powered by google co-op as well. The unique thing about CompleTorrent is that you can search within different categories which makes your results more acccurate.
9. Alive Torrents Alive Torrents is a relatively new site. It focuses on torrents that have distinguished themselves as having a solid swarm base and an active readership.
10. TorrentScoop TorrentScoop is a torrent search engine powered by Google co-op. The results are quite impressive but you will not able to view seeds, peers, etc.
Legal warning for new torrent users: while P2P file sharing technology is completely legal, many of the files traded through P2P are copyrighted. Uploading P2P files may put you at serious risk of a civil lawsuit in the USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK. These lawsuits are usually class-action suits, filed against groups of users who blatantly copy and distribute copyrighted materials. Recently, the MPAA, the RIAA, and the governments of England and Australia took several thousand users to court, demanding that they pay thousands of dollars in copyright infringement penalties. These P2P lawsuits are very real, and whether or not they are successful, they are extreme financial and emotional burdens on the defendant.
ISP warning: your Internet service provider may choose to release logs of your downloading/uploading activity to potential copyright plaintiffs. The more megabytes you download/upload, the more you risk being sued by copyright protection groups.
If you have any other torrent site which can be used to search the latest movie torrentsdo share in the comments.

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