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Internet Archive makes 1 million public-domain files available with BitTorrent

Internet Archive makes 1 million publicdomain files available with BitTorrent

The Internet Archive is making over a million pieces of archived content available through BitTorrent. The site’s collection of public-domain books, audio and video is being added and tracked — with Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy, Plan 9 From Outer Space and Night of the Living Dead among the top 25 most popular downloads. Unfortunately, it’ll be a while until Manos: The Hands of Fate falls out of copyright, but it’s something we’ve got to look forward to.

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