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  1. What is the Scene? This might help explain!....... What is the scene? We download hundreds and thousands of movies from different sources on the net. Here is some information on how movies get released on the internet. Ever wondered why movies appear weeks and sometimes months before their official release dates??? Read on to find out..... The Scene The scene aka the warez scene is the pretty unknown worldwide network where people trade pirated goods, like dvd's, movies, games, applications etc. Warez refers primarily to copyrighted material traded in violation of its copyright license. It does not refer to commercial for-profit software counterfeiting. First warez is released by releasegroups, groups which are specialized in publishing warez. They copy a dvd or break the security of game, and will make it available for other people, as a so-called release. When these releasegroups finish a release it will be uploaded to sites. These sites are very fast private ftp-servers, and the first stadium in the distribution of a release. Eventually, at the end of the distribution, the releases are available for everyone on p2p-software. The speed of this worldwide network is enormous. Within minutes a release can be copied to hundreds of other sites. Within an hour, it's available on thousands of sites and fxp boards. Within a day or two it's available on newsgroups, irc and in the end, on p2p-software. It's not all one big happy family. The warez scene consists of certain groups/layers. At the top we have the releasegroups and the topsites. These groups are the scene core. The other groups officially are not a part of the scene. Though most people consist them as a part of the scene. Read more about the scene hierarchy here.. The scene isn't just a distribution network, it's far more than that. There are the scene rules which are there to guarantee good quality releases. If not, a release will be nuked. This means it will be marked as bad. Nuked releases are not spread well and the releasegroup will get a bad status. Security is an important issue in the scene. Since their activities are illegal the sceners have to secure themselves, to be safe from the anti-piracy organisations (such as the feds, national anti-piracy organisations, etc) and avoid being caught in a takedown. How movies especially DVD and Blu-ray surface on the net before Official Release Dates??? [Hidden Content] The Warez Scene Hierarchy (How it works?) [Hidden Content] Takedowns by Law Enforcements While sites are protected with technologically advanced schemes, law enforcement operations such as Operation Buccaneer and Operation Fastlink have been able to gain access and shut down sites by infiltrating the pirate groups that operate on them. Other significant law-enforcement attack on the warez scene were Operation Site Down and there were also busts in June 2006, with one US.biz site being busted. Not all takedowns are successful. Operation Bahnhof failed miserably when the officials entered an area that their warrant didn't include. Although they found several servers and terabytes of illegal material, they ended up being sued for illegal tresspassing, harassment and accused of planting evidence, as one of the Swedish anti-piracy group employees was trying to infiltrate the scene to gather evidence, and in doing so violated Swedish laws against entrapment. [Hidden Content] Release Types (Like CAM,TS,BDRip,DVDRip etc) In Ascending Order From Low Quality to Highest [Hidden Content] Different Regions (Region Coding of Blu-Rays and other media) [Hidden Content] PM me if you have some information and would like to add something to this topic... I will list their Names in Credits.... :) :D
  2. Rank: HD Daemon Ratio: 10.44 ↑ 2.61 TB ↓ 255.74 GB Seeding 15 / Leeching 0 Bonus Points: 12352 Invites: 1 [Hidden Content]