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  • JDSTONE
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    i hope they leek more now i got a month before i get to see a new one. bittersweet

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  • Adam
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  • Mindf!3ldzX
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    Originally posted by Rampage View Post
    This is bad..... previously when they asked GoT producers if they were ok with all of the downloads on torrent sites they said they love it and they're ok with people sharing it and watching it, the more fans, the better. However, this is going to hurt them a lot with HBO views, and I imagine it won't go over too smoothly.

    I wonder how much one of the guys working in the studios got paid for this... must've been a huge sum.

    I feel like this is a bad move on the part of the "pirates". You're going to attract a ton of attention toward torrent sites now and government regulation. They already started off with megaupload, took down isohunt, and several other huge torrent sites. There are only a few left that are releasing content, but more pop up luckily.

    Why not just be happy with releasing HQ episodes after it shows on tv?

    Read the article.... it said "The first copies, leaked from a review screener, appeared less than 24 hours ago on the private tracker IPT and quickly spread across public torrent sites." , there is a chance it was not a 'guy working in the studio'.



    more to the point, I didnt say "LETS DEBATE PIRACY" you buggers
    Last edited by Mindf!3ldzX; 04-13-2015, 04:40 AM.

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  • Mindf!3ldzX
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    Originally posted by Adam View Post
    Fair enough, DVD screeners are ok, I guess.

    I am just saying, if you want to take that path,
    why not wait for the HD versions (like 720/1080p) to be released each week?
    lol, that's neither here nor there why I reported it.

    Hey guys, GoT episodes have leaked, I am letting you know so you can watch them as "HD versions (like 720/1080p) to be released each week?".


    that just sounds silly Adam

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  • Rampage
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    This is bad..... previously when they asked GoT producers if they were ok with all of the downloads on torrent sites they said they love it and they're ok with people sharing it and watching it, the more fans, the better. However, this is going to hurt them a lot with HBO views, and I imagine it won't go over too smoothly.

    I wonder how much one of the guys working in the studios got paid for this... must've been a huge sum.

    I feel like this is a bad move on the part of the "pirates". You're going to attract a ton of attention toward torrent sites now and government regulation. They already started off with megaupload, took down isohunt, and several other huge torrent sites. There are only a few left that are releasing content, but more pop up luckily.

    Why not just be happy with releasing HQ episodes after it shows on tv?

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  • Adam
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    Fair enough, DVD screeners are ok, I guess.

    I am just saying, if you want to take that path,
    why not wait for the HD versions (like 720/1080p) to be released each week?

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  • Mindf!3ldzX
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    no,they are dvd quality screeners with tiny rectangular blurs.

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  • Adam
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    You mean,

    Jump your Bones?

    Ok, fine, it was a dumb joke.

    I read there was a leak, a low-res web version tho' I think the shows production deserves higher definition.

    I wonder also if it is tagged in some way to lure in people for litigation.

    Maybe I am being a bit paranoid.

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  • Mindf!3ldzX
    started a topic Are you a Game of Thrones fan?

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    Let me google that for you

    Click that lol.
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