you do know how STUPID it is to own that program...right?!
It's worse than a trojan and it takes files off your computer and posts them all over the internet, including things like bank info.
OH! and the worst part is, because it is 100% ILLEGAL you can get fined over $100 for EACH THING YOU DOWNLOAD.
Don't believe me? Here's evidence: [link]
"If you know how to search Limewire, you will find thousands, even hundreds of thousands of personal and confidential documents, unknowingly shared on the Internet. Joe showed us tax returns, scanned copies of driver licenses, personal, and sexy pictures, and even banking account information...all for the taking by Internet "bad guys"."
"In a four-count indictment unsealed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, federal officials said that Gregory Thomas Kopiloff used P2P software such as LimeWire and Soulseek to snoop for and steal identity, banking and credit information belonging to other users on file-sharing networks.
The illegal activity began around March 2005 and continued through August 2007. During this period, Kopiloff is accused of fraudulently buying at least $73,000 worth of merchandise with identities and financial information belonging to at least 83 individuals, the indictment said."
"Record companies filed lawsuits Tuesday against five of the 18 Ohio University students whose names were turned over to the companies this summer as part of a recording industry crackdown that began in February.
Ashley Starr, Brandon Martin, Brittany Dicks, Christopher Klimko and Josh Fiscus are each facing copyright infringement lawsuits for sharing at least nine songs using the Limewire and Ares file sharing networks...The letters offer an average settlement of $3,500 and warn that if the recipient doesnt pay, he or she will face legal action from the record labels. In cases where the recipient hasnt paid the settlement or has ignored the letter, the recording industry has subpoenaed records that link the IP addresses to student names."
"Inadvertently running the LimeWire client, or any P2P client, while sharing files is a recipe for disaster. The longer a P2P client is connected to the Internet, the more likely one is to expose his or her shared folder to the copyright enforcement agents of the music industry."
"Student fined $4,000 in illegal file-sharing bust"
shockerteam3dFeatured By OwnerMar 30, 2005 Interface Designer
Bien bien señor me gustan los limones sigues con el concepto de sacar todo el mercado por aqui jajaja esta bien, digo solo un tip no te vayas a traumar con las vueltas felchas y todo lo demas como x gente ...