Lets get one thing straight - im no computer Wizz, but i read the Article about the MPAA hiring Bay TSP to find potential movie sharers by the movie name and i couldnt help thinking ‘So change the name’ or use ‘L33t speak’ but then something hit me.
When i was a kid in primary school i went through the ‘codes’ stage, just like anyone else where you would create a code to mask what you were saying. What if a website decided to “code” the name of it’s trackers and host the decryption on it’s website which would require registration and logging of the IP (Which would be safepeer protected), then change the whole code every 3 days? Think about it… with the sheer thousands of torrents that pop up every day, would this be an effective way of combating such a move from the MPAA as it would make tracking names much, much harder especially with everyone else using their own, different code.
As i said, it’s just an idea. What do you think?
Example: a bittorrent file would be named :
The “www.domain.com” being the place where the decryption is located. Not sure how this would work on sites that host other sites files though, but maybe a very vague description would be the way?