Subject: Can I play Terraria online in Android? (remote network)
Subject: Is there a tool that can rip Audible audiobooks straight from the website? This is assuming I don’t actually own the audio books
Subject: I am a Bachelors student performing a study on piracy and basically why streaming services suck. It will be really helpful if you could fill out this form. No personal info requested in this.
Subject: Is there anywhere to find Korean comics online?
I've been trying to find specific comics online by looking up "(title in korean) pdf" but to no avail. I'm wondering if there's some kind of site out there that specialises in this that I am simply not aware of. These books are not available for purchase digitally either so for those who don't live in South Korea, piracy is the only real option to read these.
Subject: Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime is an embarrassment.
Subject: Zlibrary.org is fucking gone and we can only blame fucking TikTok
Subject: Question about using a VPN with Free Download Manager
Hi! So I just bought a month long subscription to Mullavad VPN and was wondering if it covers my IP when I use Free Download Manager?
I downloaded a game last night using a DDL inside Free Download Manager but as soon as it finished I started to get this “Oh Shit” anxiety.
So pretty much what I’m wondering is Mullavad VPN + Free Download Manager + DDL is safe right?
thank you in advance!
Subject: TikTok Blocks Z-Library Hashtag Pending Piracy Investigation * TorrentFreak
Subject: Somehow don't think this one is accurate
Subject: If you know about a site, app or procedure that gives you access to nice things…keep your mouths shut if you want it to stick around. Simples.
Subject: Websites that let you download anime episodes? (No torrents)
Subject: Why is it harder and harder to download videos online? (streaming website)
I remember back in the good old days (around 2015~2019), when I had my old android phone. It was easy to download videos with phone on some porn website, just long press on the video and it would prompt to download the video in .mp4 format, just as smooth as downloading a picture or copying text. And if it doesn't work, just try it on pc or Mac again then it might work.
But nowadays, various streaming website just popped out of nowhere. The old "Long press technique" stopped working, and if it were on pc or Mac, right click on it will only prompt to speed up or enter full screen.
Have you encountered this phenomenon? I would like to know more details of this phenomenon, but I couldn't find the accurate keywords to google.
Subject: subtitles solutions?
Wondering if anyone has some good subs hacks, my wife's English isn't always good enough to keep up with complicated fast paced dialogue, a lot of shows I want to watch aren't always translated in the usual websites. Is there some kind of AI out there that can do it live or other hacks you know of?
Subject: Zibrary.org will always be there. Use this guide.
So the news if out. Some illiterate tik tok fuckers made it zone. Dont worry, tor will always be there. Remember same happened with pirate bay, but lovely volunteers made it up again and again, and no matter what, NOW IT CAN NEVER GO DOWN.
Same is with zlib. Even when books were not available on zlib due to copyright strike, it enables readers to download it anyway via tor. So TOR has your back. College guys, readers, etc. this is for you!
Download tor, its safe unless u just use it legally, from its official website. Remember, tor is like other Brower like crome or edge. Just use to for good purposes of knowledge and reading. https://www.torproject.org/download/
After downloading, open it and connect to the route.
Dont enable safest mode, as it disables java and so zlib wont work. My motive is to make zlib work for you, not anything else.
Go to zlib .onion site on tor. http://bookszlibb74ugqojhzhg2a63w5i2atv5bqarulgczawnbmsb6s6qead.onion/
It will always ask you to make an account, unlike earlier where you just downloaded without login.
I recommend you to make a seperate account, just for receiving books, as it is more organized and provide ease of access.
Use gmx, proton.me to make an exclusive zlib account.
Sign up using that account on zlib.
After signing up, now you have the home page of zlib.
Search any book, and open it.
Download function now no longer works, so use the option on the right i.e. send to email.
It will directly send to your registered email. Voila, zlib is back.
You can also convert to desired format, and then send to email.
Subject: Moving abroad would I be in trouble if I take my 6 external hard drives?
Subject: I am growing anxious, the rope is tightening around piracy
With the recent shut down of z-Library I'm feeling there should be more we could do to chip in and keep piracy alive. So I'm gonna throw some suggestions. I realize some of these might be dumb, already happening or poorly formulated. But I hope that a discussion that grows from the post crystalizes a few good ones, or educates people like me that might be able to help but are simply out of the loop.
If we want to keep piracy alive from being swallowed by the ever spreading dystopian late-capitalism I believe we need to expand. TikToks hashtag for Z-Lib went viral, with 4 million views, and the site itself was one of the most visited on the net.
This means we have a large community, mainly from college and highschool students, highly educated individuals and academics. Powerful, smart and politically active users.
Because of this I think we should have a way of making it difficult, if not impossible to shut down piracy. I propose we do this by:
1) Backing up the data There is 33 terabytes of books in LibGen. That is not a lot of storage that it's impossible for private people to have on hand, in offline disc storage. It would cost me about 430$ to buy storage of that size and with a few friends pooling funds I could make it possible within a month. If we have a thousand off site, physical backups, the possibility of a new site opening will always be possible. We should at least do this for crucial data, like educational books and scientific papers. Digital hosting services exist as well.
2) Teaching on how to host a site for laymen Data is not the only thing here that enables piracy. There is a lot of data gathering, safety protocols and informatics know-how to have an active site up. We need to learn the bulk of our user base how to prop up such a site, and possibly how to do it without them being publicly exposed as pirates. It's easy to focus on one LibGen, it's hard to focus on thousands of small sites that all just reopen under another URL each time one is closed. Bureaucracy takes time, it can be outpaced.
3) We should organize politically This is a political issue, whether you like it or not. Intellectual property rights are a mess and we should fight this legally, because we can hide as much as we want, but in the long term a way will be found to block piracy entirely. While it has its applications and ways it benefits society, piracy exists to grant equal opportunity to everyone. And this cannot be denied. Equal opportunity ensures that exceptional people can always rise up and benefit society with their ideas and ability. Either point me towards a organization that is purely made to promote free access to education and affordable entertainment or start making one. If such a organization already exists, it's a shame to not take advantage of the clout created on TikTok to further your reach.
4) More online libraries Most developed, and even some underdeveloped countries have e-libraries. But most of them either don't work, have a very limited inventory or don't have any exposition. Make a push towards making them work.
5) More studies on the effects of piracy Piracy has a positive impact on our society. I know it, you know it and the anti-piracy goons know it. It's easily falsifiable. Survey how many people use piracy to publish papers, especially in Universities that don't have many journal subscriptions. Trend the increase in piracy and general book uptake. Ask how many students would be able to pass their semesters without pirated books. Show people how much piracy helped you with your personal goals, or even for cultural impacts and informatics literacy. Like how cracking games and learning how to torrent, use VPNs and other stuff helped you learn informatics. Or how this rapidly evolving meme culture isn't stratified in income classes because of the possibility for everyone to watch the same movie and interpret social messages that come from them.
And make these studies go viral. Make posters, blog and social media networks, propaganda videos, spread it through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook botnets.
6) Donate All of your favorite repacks take time, maintenance of servers requires money. I personally don't think that paying for a video game or movie is the problem, but that its not affordable. Unlike education and science which should be free, entertainment should not necessarily. But there is a large premium on it and most of us don't want to spend the money or can't afford it all together. My friend in Ghana deserves the opportunity to watch an anime series if he wants. But without paying anything for it there is no reason to make single player games, and games with quality in terms of storytelling and game mechanics. There is no way a small movie studio can become big. Pay what you can, what you think is fair, or contribute with action. Otherwise we'll all suffer consequences.
Lastly, a thought of motivation. Entropy is a real thing. As all things in the universe tend to go towards a chaotic state because its energetically favorable to be unstructured rather than structured, so too is it easier to let the world go to shit then to help it be better. To quote a favorite movie of mine that I pirated: "Shit doesn't just happen. Shit takes time, shit takes effort." Make the effort.
Subject: z-lib.org appears to be taken down
Subject: Where to find Jason Goes to Hell Unrated Edition?
Subject: Someone purchased a game and can’t reinstall it because Denuvo only allows 6 reinstalls in 24 hours
Subject: Free-mp3-download not downloading mp3 320 nor flac any more?
I used to use telegram bots to download from deezer, but once I discovered this site I started to use it, because it's faster for me (just search and click download button). But today I see that it doesn't download any more mp3 320s :(
Does somebody knows if there's a reason for it, or if it will go back to normal at any time?