The copyright news site Torrent Freak reports that one of the teams working on Popcorn Time is planning to launch a standalone i OS app that will let users easily watch pirated movies and TV shows on the go — and they will not need to hack into their device to install it.
Rather than downloading a file from a single source, pieces of the file are drawn from everyone on the network and assembled on the downloader's computer, which, in turn, seeds the file to others.
This decentralised structure makes it resistant to censorship and is widely used to share pirated material, though the technology also has many legitimate uses.
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It's not available in the App Store — as you might expect, Apple takes a dim view of apps that help facilitate piracy (even if they don't host the content themselves).