Couldn't agree moremimzy wrote: ↑Sat Jun 18, 2022 3:10 pmRich_Visiting wrote: ↑Sat Jun 18, 2022 12:21 am I'm also not so familiar with how important ownership of a server would be in this situation. But I agree, the theory seems to be based upon share and request for reshare, as I understand it. But, perhaps it is a file request that sets things in motion. I certainly know that emule search terms are logged both remotely and stored internally.
Search terms can be logged, but they are rather useless for LEA, unless you use terms that only few people are supposed to know. LEA does have a collection of hashes of illegal files and it is very easy to see who is sharing those without owning the servers.
I only recommend to use eMule for legal movies. If you are looking for something else, think what is the motivation of somebody sharing that stuff. There can be a hidden catch.
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