With Washington Sanchez, co-founder of P2P marketplace Open Bazaar, and Angel Leon, founder of popular torrent client Frostwire and OpenBazaar contributor. We discuss Netflix and the use of VPNs by its content-hungry customers to evade geoblocking ; the increasingly businesslike and quite possibly criminal vibe from some large torrent sites; and the fact that Vladimir Putin's Internet Advisor is running a filesharing site. Then, we delve into how OpenBazaar is creating a peer-to-peer network that will put the "d" in "decommerce".

Produced & Hosted by Jamie King

Edited & Mixed by  Eric Bouthiller

Original Music by  David Triana

Web Production by  Siraje Amarniss


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In this episode we're joined by Devon Read and Ryan Taylor, co-founders of peer-to-peer upstart The Decentalized Library Of Alexandria. After discussing the blockbuster hack of Amazon's Fire TV stick, the increasing power of pirate movie release groups, and doomy announcements from China's 3DM cracking group about the future for cracked games, we take a deep dive into the Alexandria project, which sees its mission as providing an censorship-proof safe haven for indie creators and "truth speech" alike – although, as we discover, pirates may well be able to hitch a ride.
 

Produced & Hosted by Jamie King

Edited & Mixed by  Eric Bouthiller

Original Music by  David Triana

Web Production by  Siraje Amarniss


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In this episode, Founder & CEO of Jumpwire Media Gavin McGarry, and publisher of The Illusion Of More and consultant to the Copyright Alliance David Newhoff agree to disagree on geoblocking, ISPs' liability for their infringing customers, the use of search engines to regulate piracy - and the biggest problems facing digital creators today. Jamie, meanwhile, suggests that President Trump might want to round up pirates, and floats the idea of a Bad Search engine returning the search results no one else wants.
 

Produced & Hosted by Jamie King

Edited & Mixed by  Eric Bouthiller

Original Music by  David Triana

Web Production by  Siraje Amarniss


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Radical librarians Lawrence Liang (Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore) and Tomislav Medak (MAMA, Zagreb), discuss the recent release of the Megaupload programmer sentenced to a year in a US jail, and why pirates have always attracted extra-territorial law enforcement; the latest UK anti-piracy campaign; and the cases against Libgen, Sci-Hub and Bookfi, and why they’re not just immoral, but doomed to fail. Finally they introduce the custodians.online campaign - a call to arms that would make pirates of academics everywhere.

Produced & Hosted by Jamie King

Edited & Mixed by  Eric Bouthiller

Original Music by  David Triana

Web Production by  Siraje Amarniss


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In this first episode of STEAL THIS SHOW, we connect with Tiffiniy Cheng and Holmes Wilson, founders and co-directors of Fight For The Future, to discuss Popcorn Time's return from the grave; why filesharing Anne Frank might be a worthy cause; why EU blockades against filesharing are not only dumb, but doomed; and how we can (and must) stand up against the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Produced & Hosted by Jamie King

Edited & Mixed by Eric Bouthiller

Original Music by David Triana


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