#1
I'm not talking about the torrent itself, but the file that you download that you then open in whatever torrent software you use. Reason I ask is that my school will let me download pretty much anything except for the file that allows access to the torrent.
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#2
The .torrent file? No. At least not in it's normal form. Perhaps if it's enclosed in a folder that you download. Are torrent-sites blocked, or is there just a block on all files with the .torrent ending?


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#4
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Why do you need to download torrents at school in the first place?


I am wondering this as well.
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I am wondering this as well.



yep, gotta also ask this same question. my school totally blocks torrents, what could you possibly need them for at school
#6
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Why do you need to download torrents at school in the first place?

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