15 Percent of US File-Sharers Hide Their IP-Address, More to Folllowby Ernesto, TorrentFreak
Dec. 30, 2011
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In response to increasing legal actions and surveillance of Internet traffic, more and more file-sharers are choosing to hide their identities online. New data gathered through telephone interviews with thousands of adults reveals that in the US 15 percent of all file-sharers take measures to hide their IP-address. Some VPN and proxy providers have doubled their customer base in 2011, and this upward trend is bound to continue in the coming year.