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Monday September 30, 2013

BitTorrent Experiments With Secure Chat

Hey, BitTorrent doing secure instant messaging is a great idea! Well, unless the BitTorrent name gets you red flagged by the NSA, MPAA, RIAA the FBI and your ISP. eek!

The aftermath of the NSA spying scandal has people and companies scrambling for ways to create more secure communications, which has led BitTorrent, Inc., to build a instant message chat client that follows the torrenting principle of decentralized data transfer. The first release of BitTorrent Chat is a private alpha, meaning you have to go to the BitTorrent Chat sign-up page to get an invite, which will take you to a download.

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