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Old 27-September-2006, 23:55
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Default RIAA, MPAA etc

The above named organisations, their cronies and agents have started another round of subtefuge and other nefarious activities in the UK so ensure that you do your best to protect yourselves!!!
Get Peer Guardian installed, updated and running at least.
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Old 29-September-2006, 10:17
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Default Re: RIAA, MPAA etc

Hi. I have Peer Guardian up and running but I dont know if there is anything specific I should do with the settings. Shall I keep them as they (default installation settings)?
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