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What to do with a complaint against a torrent client from a hosting provider?


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Bought days unlimited VPN one known in narrow circles of the hosting provider. Went to the torrent, rocked operating system, released in 2001, and music (a few albums). Today from the hosting provider received a message, stating that he determined that I use a torrent on VPN service and blocked the order. I'm confused, I write them in chat asking, saying how well she learned. Answer, they say, the logs are not received a complaint, the complaint from the copyright holder of the content you have downloaded has additional technical capabilities determine the use of torrents.

This begs the question — how is the vaunted privacy. I in these technologies is not strong. Good people, as it turns out the logs are not, but we know exactly what we need when you use our resources. It turns out that the provider at desire can easily watch all of my traffic and transmitted data, including transmitted logins, passwords, banking details and so on? If the answer is Yes, it can, how to be in this situation?
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Anyone who participates in the distribution of bittorrent sees the IP addresses of all active participants, it is used by the company hired by the owners. They connect with the hand, collect IP addresses and/or retain a portion of the network traffic from these IP for possible evidence in court. Why would they start to write complaints to service providers and to blackmail users in some European countries, it faces a serious penalty.

Yes, the VPN provider can you to take the "guts." "don't keep any logs" is not very specific wording, if they came to you so the logs are. They can call it the meta-information but it still logs.

Therefore, carefully read the terms of use and check the reputation of the providers. Check is it allowed to use bittorrent and what the provider will do when you receive a DMCA notice. Do not pursue cheapness.

On the question of what to do. Suppose you are in Russia, the owner is probably not where the VPN provider is very important. Then You almost nothing in danger, you are out of their jurisdiction. To serve You in the local court for a long time expensive and futile, for this You'd better deny everything. Provider can You to take, but is unlikely to do so without a court order otherwise, is a serious violation of personal data protection. The maximum that they will go this will disable Your account. Therefore, "no, not rocked, not know, not seen, do not know all about you"
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as it turns out the logs are not, but we know exactly what we need when you use our resources.
  1. Logs do not store is nothing more than a marketing ploy.
  2. Logs to know about using your resources is not needed.
  3. In this particular case you have a complaint from the copyright holder what they want?
  4. Well, torrents can be determined by the characteristics of the passing traffic.
but what about the vaunted privacy
Not clear what kind of privacy is it?

It turns out that the provider at desire can easily watch all of my traffic and transmitted data
Of course the ISP through whom your traffic is can to watch it. It is an obvious fact.
View data that you pass it can if they are not encrypted, or if he has the key to decrypt..
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Good people, as it turns out the logs are not, but we know exactly what we need when you use our resources.

Even if you are not, it is likely the copyright holder complained, because from your IP address were distributed pirated content.
It turns out that the provider at desire can easily watch all my traffic

Yes
and transmitted data, including transmitted logins, passwords, banking details and so on?

no, only those that are not, and now there are very few sites do not use https
how to be in this situation?

Not to do anything forbidden/to do it so that nobody saw/to do that in the country where it is permitted. By the way, your home Internet provider can see all the same.
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It is not necessary to swing through a vpn, especially some European ones. Do not include the torrent client while the vpn is connected.

Connected vpn, went to blocked by tracker, download torrent files, disabled the vpn, run the torrent client.
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Bank data decent sites transmit an encrypted - read about PCI-DSS

The provider complained to the owner, which monitors the distribution of the torrent.
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Using a VPN does not mean to be 100% anonymous
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