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Usenet Tutorial


Below are some helpful articles related to Usenet to help you get started using Usenet for filesharing.

Although Usenet can be a bit complicated nonetheless there are many benefits such as privacy, high speed downloads (when compared to other filesharing mechanisms).

Hopefully these Usenet tutorials and Usenet how to guides will make it easier for you to get started.

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Dutch internet Surveillance and Censorship on the Rise?


Dutch Internet users have, though it has required more than one court battle, enjoyed a relatively high degree of privacy on the Internet. Now, however, copyright organizations in the Netherlands are proposing a new scheme that looks a lot like ones already in place in the United States and in the UK. Under this new […]

NZBGet Makes Improvements


NZBGet has made an improvement to how the program handles multithreading par repair. According to information from the developers, this was the most wanted feature on the program and, now, it’s available for anybody who uses NZBGet. Options The new feature has two options that should improve performance on the program for users. The first […]

NZBGet Review


If you’re an active USENET user, one of your options is to set up a smaller computer with the basic programs you need to perform automatic downloads and to use that as your client. Compact operating systems are great for this and NZBGet  is a solution that you might want to look into if you’re interested […]

Join the Fight for Net Neutrality


On September 10, 2014, millions of people took action to protect net neutrality. This included 2.1 million emails being sent to members of Congress, more than 300,000 phone calls being made to representatives and over 700,000 comments made to the FCC. Since March 1, 2014, nearly 5,000,000 comments have been made to the FCC regarding […]

TPP and the EFF


The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has a way of bringing to attention things that copyright cartels and their allies in government would rather people didn’t know about. Continuing on in that tradition, and in their fight against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the organization has linked to a petition, and made it widely available. The petition […]

Is Your USENET Traffic Being Throttled?


“Traffic shaping” is a nice-sounding term, but it refers to your ISP cutting your speed when you access certain services online. Oftentimes, torrent traffic and USENET traffic will be “shaped”—throttled—by the ISPs. You can test to see whether yours is being throttled and take actions if it is. Running the Test If you’re getting slow […]

NZB Sites List Updated


NZB sites tend to come and go. We’ve updated our list so that you can stay informed of the sites that are up and running, as well as get information on the quality of those sites and which might make a good choice for you. Check alongside the rating for any of the sites that […]

Blackphone vs. Cyphr


Keeping Internet surfing secure is one thing, but secure messaging, texting and calling poses additional challenges. Secure messaging services are becoming more and more popular because of this. Cyphr is an offering from Golden Frog that allows users to send and receive encrypted messages. BlackPhone is a high-security mobile phone that includes a range of […]

Cyphr Review


Golden Frog has a new app on the Google Play store called Cyphr. It’s an encrypted messaging app that allows you to protect your privacy without giving up a lot of convenience. Using it requires no particular level of security skill and the interface will be intuitive for anyone who’s used a smartphone before. Despite […]

Nzbsooti Review


Nzbsooti is a relatively new site, having been online since the middle of January 2013. The site offers a no-charge option for downloaders, however, and you can get a higher level of service by getting a membership to the site. They are currently indexing approximately 900 days of video, audio and game content on their […]