The major ISPs in America, including Time Warner, Verizon and Comcast have announced that they will begin monitoring customers' downloads starting July 12, 2012. While this measure was introduced by the RIAA and MPAA to curb piracy, it is also a direct intrusion into the private lives of Americans.
There are already tools for monitoring BitTorrent downloads, including privacy busters such as YouHaveDownloaded.
The BitTorrent technology, to date, does not anonymize users. However, using a VPN service, one can begin torrenting anonymously as not only will the data transmitted be completely encrypted and unreadable by ISPs monitoring software, but the IP address accessing the BitTorrent trackers will also be anonymized.
Private Internet Access allows customers to use software applications that connect to the BitTorrent network for legal purposes and does not monitor or log any traffic. By utilizing a BitTorrent proxy/BitTorrent VPN service, you will be completely secure and anonymized from any tracking from your ISP.
It is very easy and typically only takes a few minutes to connect.
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