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Cooler Master Notepal D1 Review  - PCstats.com Cooler Master Notepal D1 Review
Thu, June 25 2009 | 5:43PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Cooler Master impressed me with their simple yet elegant D1. By no means is it a flashy notebook cooler with colored LED fans or multiple USB ports requiring a separate AC power supply. They went back to the basics and with a simple tweak of replacing the hard feet with a softer material, I think they would have come up with a huge winner. As it stands, the D1 is still a budget friendly notebook cooler that does the trick of what a 50 dollar cooler would do - keeping your notebook cool.
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Managing your Privacy Online: BitTorrent Downloads - PCstats.com Managing your Privacy Online: BitTorrent Downloads
Wed, June 23 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
BitTorrent users are increasingly finding themselves under the watching eye of anti-piracy agencies and ISPs trying to detect copyright infringement or curtail bandwidth hogging, often employing questionable tactics in the process. The fact is, whether you're doing anything illegal or not, the open nature of this peer-to-peer file sharing protocol means that anyone with the right tools and knowledge can dig into stuff like your home IP address or your download history. Although we don't support piracy, we are not fond of media giants lobbying for increased powers to tap on users' activities online either. It's our belief that draconian DRM restrictions and other related nuisances is what's affecting the industry in the first place, but that's another story. If you're concerned about being monitored, it pays off to learn a few tricks and increase your privacy when downloading using the BitTorrent protocol. There are some free and pretty straightforward solutions available, as well as some paid services that promise to safeguard your data from snoops, thieves, and other unauthorized parties. None of the tips listed here can guarantee complete and utter anonymity, that's for sure, but adding a few layers of protection will certainly help.
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