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Tynt Insight Is Watching You Cut and Paste

jtroutman Re:hosts file seems to work (495 comments)

and... fail. For some reason it stopped and has now started again. I'll look into it further when I'm back in front of a computer.

more than 4 years ago
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Tynt Insight Is Watching You Cut and Paste

jtroutman hosts file seems to work (495 comments)

I seem to have stopped this by adding the following to my hosts file:
127.0.0.1 www1.tynt.com
127.0.0.1 tynt.com
127.0.0.1 www.tynt.com
127.0.0.1 w1.tcr112.tynt.com

more than 4 years ago
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Entertainment Software Association Following RIAA?

jtroutman Need more info here (204 comments)

What do you mean, your "organization"? Is this letter directed at an ISP or are you the network admin for a company? Have you checked the machine with the corresponding IP to see if Limewire is installed?

about 6 years ago

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Sony planning to offer movie downloads...again

jtroutman jtroutman writes  |  more than 7 years ago

jtroutman (121577) writes "Sony has announced that it plans to make its most popular movies available for download. "We want to set business models, pricing models, distribution models like Jobs did for music, but for the film industry," said Michael Arrieta, the senior vice-president of Sony Pictures.
What they don't mention is that this isn't their first foray into the movie download business. Several years ago Sony, along with the support of other major studios, funded a company called Moviefly, which eventually became Movielink, which is now part of Blockbuster TotalAccess."

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Blockbuster throws hat into movie download busines

jtroutman jtroutman writes  |  more than 7 years ago

jtroutman (121577) writes "Stepping into the ring to compete with entities such as Amazon, CinemaNow and, of course, NetFlix, Blockbuster announced today the acquisition of Movielink, LLC. The deal had been scheduled to take place earlier this year, but was quashed amid trouble between the then CEO, John Antioco, and the Board of Directors."
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