P2P and file sharing is only permitted on certain servers that are marked P2P in the server list in our software. As of today, these include 11 servers throughout the world. All other servers are marked ‘No P2P’. You may not use any NO P2P servers for questionable file sharing or questionable P2P. If you are in doubt about what you are downloading, file sharing or P2P, then only use a P2P marked server.
Unfortunately, some of you use a perfectly legal technology to do perfectly illegal things. Of course this causes providers like us problems in many jurisdictions. We appreciate that there are many legal uses for P2P technology (for example, many online games use this technology to distribute updates) so if there is any doubt abide by the rules and use the P2P servers only.
Is the information incorrect or does it contradict what we say somewhere else at the site? These FAQs are a work in progress and unfortunately as a result our product updates and network changes we can't always get it right instantly in all the FAQs. Please let us know if you see something incorrect and we'll do everything we can to straighten out the misleading bits and pieces! None of these FAQs answer your question? Search our Knowledgebase or Ask Support.
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