LokiTorrent.com is being sued by the MPAA, and they want your help! Or more precisely, they want your money to pay for legal fees.
For those of you unfamiliar with LokiTorrent, it is a bittorrent (p2p file) tracking site. It doesn’t have any pirated or illegal material on it’s servers, it simply tracks the tracks the hash ID and the IP addresses of users connected to each particular torrent. As such, this tracker and its members and owners have absolutely no way of checking what people are sharing and it is the responsibility of the user to check that the content of the files which they download are legal in there locality.
If LokiTorrent is shut down as, as Suprnova.org was, then hundreds of ligitimate torrents will be disconnected (not to mention the more questionable ones!).
LokiTorrent are looking to raise $30,000, the minimum required for legal fees, and at the time of writing they’ve raised $11,520. So if you use torrent files, and support P2P in general, then scoot along to their site and offer any assistance you can.