The BitTorrent Top 50: This Could Very Well Ruin Bono’s Weekend

Jan 12th, 2007 // 2 Comments

Once again, we check in with InfoFilter’s list of the Top 50 most-traded BitTorrents, a survey of what the industry-crippling pirates thrifty music lovers of the world are seeding and peering all over the internet. The list is dominated by big, multi-track sets–those Billboard round-ups alone must make anyone in the singles-sales business weak with fear–but take a look at how many permutations of Justin Timberlake’s FutureSex/LoveSounds and the Fray’s How To Save A Life are being swapped, and try to imagine how the lackluster sales chart might have improved had the Internet never, ever been invented.

Top 50 Torrents [InfoFilter]

  1. Nicolars

    Surely a supporter of dropping third world debt and helping the poor wouldn’t mind “sharing” his work with those in need?

  2. Pete the Chop

    Actually, if that happens to be the iTunes Complete U2 collection, I might have to get in on this action.

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