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Official RLSLOG page on Facebook

I guess you probably noticed our Like buttons here on RLSLOG, which allows you to share interesting content at RLSLOG with your Facebook friends. Now we decided to launch also official RLSLOG page on Facebook. The official page will bring you updates about latest interesting releases, tips for great movies or games, special competitions and offers and other news. If you join the page, the news from RLSLOG will appear directly in your News feed, so you will be always updated with latest content from us. The address is simple: facebook.com/www.RLSLOG.net. Join us!

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Feel free to post your Official RLSLOG page on Facebook torrent, subtitles, samples, free download, quality, NFO, rapidshare, depositfiles, uploaded.net, rapidgator, filefactory, netload, crack, serial, keygen, requirements or whatever-related comments here. Don't be rude (permban), use only English, don't go offtopic and read FAQ before asking a question. Owners of this website aren't responsible for content of comments.
  1. T3NRx
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:27

    I love RLS, good job witch facebook !

  2. Mr. Pink
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:27

    Bad move. RLSLOG should stay where dark and shadow hide it :) Don’t focus attention to you because it could bring troubles.

  3. Mr Blue
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:29

    Agree mr Pink.

  4. erm!!
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:30

    You wont last long on facebook before somebody reports you for actively promoting piracy and theft of copyrighted material but good luck anyway :)

  5. Mr Facebook
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:32

    Disagree mr Pink.

  6. Mr Crimson
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:39

    *Like* Also, please use the FB page to announce planned maintenance or updates to unplanned maintenance. Thanks.

    I disagree with Messers Pink and Blue. RlsLog is widely known of by the anti-piracy demons; having a FB presence won’t change anything.

  7. mark
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:43

    I do not think facebook is a good idea. flaunting piracy is not a good move. But I understand the intentions…more people more link clickn/advertisment = money. Do what ya gotta do. Be cautious everybody.

  8. GOOD
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:46
  9. Caravaggio
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:46

    I don’t think your Facebook page will last that long. It will most likely be reported for promoting/providing links to pirated materials. But good luck.

  10. jackson
    February 17th, 2011 | 00:50

    Good stuff, I just hope it doesn’t get rlslog taken down.

  11. ME
    February 17th, 2011 | 01:07

    I don’t think spreading rlslog’s name is a good move.
    It crosses some sort of line:
    Piracy should not be promoted (letting your (computer-noob)friends know there’s something called HQFREE) imo.

    Let them stick to lowerQ slow Torrents, let them buy stuff.

    who else would pay the developpers?

  12. :ack:
    February 17th, 2011 | 01:15

    Facebook stuff? There cometh the adblock filter…

  13. TekOne
    February 17th, 2011 | 01:20

    Wow! I headed over to click “Like” and it said 800 likes. Then I clicked it and it said 818 likes, which means RlsLog gets 18 likes every few seconds. That’s awesome! Keep up the good work.

  14. asd
    February 17th, 2011 | 01:23

    no face, no advertising.
    Number one firefox adblock :D uheue Where rlslog face? Where rlslog advertising?

  15. amazed
    February 17th, 2011 | 01:41

    Wow! What a brilliant idea! Now everybody can see that you are actually downloading stuff for free! With your proper name, address.. Good idea! Not.

  16. coxyr1
    February 17th, 2011 | 02:00

    Not a good idea. Think it’s all gonna go “tits up”!!

  17. yea
    February 17th, 2011 | 02:01

    Not a good idea. I mean posting nfo about new releases is one thing but actually linking the comment sections is a big mistake and going to bring a lot of heat. Not to mention more comments like, “I download now wat?”
    I’d be happy just to have a reliable host. Especially after all the hosts that dropped rlslog.

  18. J
    February 17th, 2011 | 03:23

    um, NO! DO NOT LINK TO FACEBOOK!!!

    When I’m on this site, I can basically say anything I want. I could post “Thank man, just downloaded Avatar 2 & made some copies for my friends.” And there is little way the MAFIAA clients can track me.

    However, you’re basically asking for trouble if you post something similar on Facebook. Think about the information you have on your FB account…. Your real name (not some random name like here)… a legit email address… possibly a mobile phone number… A IM screen name… The dorm you live in… A link to your school’s network (or membership in a “____ of ___ State U” group)….

    With all the personal information your freely handing over on your profile… I can eaisly see a lot of “hey, we caught you illegally downloading Avatar 2. Unless you pay us 250,000 and promise never to download another movie again, we’ll take you to court, where you could face fines in excess of 1,000,000″ type letters being sent out.

    They won’t have to ask the judges for court orders to get names from IP addresses anymore – you’ll be giving them the information they need yourself!

  19. Tip
    February 17th, 2011 | 03:52

    1.site does not offer downloads straight to user.
    2.site is not held responsible for what users post.
    3.this is a forum not a host….

    is it that hard to understand?
    facebook would give site more traffic and more income for adds
    …………quite simple to understand………

  20. yea
    February 17th, 2011 | 04:50

    1. offering a link to the comment section is enabling users to download
    2. sites are in fact responsible for the content on their websites
    3. the forum HAS a host aka website provider

    -it’s your website and in your control obviously, all we are doing is expressing our opinions which is what a comment section is for. The regular users just don’t want to see any negative publicity or anything bad to happen to those that provide this service.
    so good luck with your decisions.

  21. J
    February 17th, 2011 | 07:34

    @Tip

    I understand your point, that getting the site’s name to a larger public will get more people to come here, which means more revenue from ads, and more people to repopulate download links when they get ‘zapped’ & taken down, etc. I’m not rejecting that. Although, I know there has been numerous times when excess traffic here has brought the site down, so do we really need more traffic? Or, since Facebook is a lot more stable than this site, it could be good fallback for if/when the site goes down, someone could post up “slight glitch in the database, back in an hour” or “server down due to too much traffic, back up shortly” so we know everything is alright & that the problem is being sorted…. As opposed to a “We’re screwed, we just got a DMCA take down notice RIP RlsLOG” notice. So done right, I’m all for something like this.

    However, to your numbered points, in particular #1 & 2….

    Yes, there are no files hosted at rlslog.net, they’re all on hotfile, fileserve, netload, etc… However, while they’re not on “our” server, posts by the admin of this site include links. Check out the post previous to this, Bram’s posting of The Game S04E06. Bram, an official representative of RlsLog included links directly to copyrighted work. Granted its on Hotfile, Fileserve & Filesonic’s servers, but it is still by an admin on an offical posting… I don’t know how well the technicality of “its not on our server” will hold up in this case.

    While the site may/may not be responsible for links you or I post, I’m sure, even if they’re not explicitly hosted on this site’s servers, the site can be held responsible for content posted by official representatives of the site. And I’m sure that arguments could be made that the admin were obviously aware of the general nature of the vast majority of the posts on the site, and that by taking no action to prevent/discourage said content from being posted that the admin were in fact encouraging it. Especially since, for awhile, the admin did experiment with turning off all comments, but then re-instated them to allow the users to post links once again…

    And these arguments really haven’t held much weight in the courts. Think Pirate Bay, IsoHunt, Mininova, and countless other torrent sites. They all maintained that no actual copyrighted material was ever on their servers, and that they were not responsible for the content users brought to their sites, much like what you’re claiming here. Yet a quick Google search pops up with results such as “Mininova Threatened With $1500 Fine For Each Link To an Illegal Torrent” and “Pirate Bay Verdict: Founders Sentenced To Jail, Fined” just to name a few… Obviously we know the outcome of their encounters with the legal system.

    However, when I made my post, I wasn’t so much thinking about protecting the site itself. I was more concerned about protecting the various users. I just opened the facebook page, and I happened to notice this posting:

    “[NAME OMITTED]: State of Grace is awesome, I’ve got a HD rip from another site. [...]”

    This person just self-admitted to being a pirate, using an account linked to her/his real name. If I were working for the MAFIAA looking for copyright violators, all I’d have to do is click on the name to open the profile. Once there, I’ve got the person’s name, home town, email, etc…. More than enough information for me to use to generate a “We caught you downloading, now pay up or else” letter that has become ever so popular. I don’t have to go through the courts to compel an ISP to surrender it’s customer logs. All I need is the info I got plus a phone book…. And if you think you can hide through privacy settings – all the lawyer needs to do is send a subpoena to FB’s legal dept requesting your details.

    In other words… If you do chose to join the facebook group, PLEASE be smart… Try not to post incriminating evidence online where EVERYONE in the world can see…

  22. My name
    February 17th, 2011 | 09:02

    Not really, what I usually say is something like “I acquired this movie earlier” or “I watched this movie just now” or something like that, that doesn’t imply you downloaded it lol it could mean you went out to the shop & bought it, or already had it lol. That is what is unfortunate for the big film companies, there is always a legal loophole or something that lets you do nearly anything you want [within reason].

    All Isohunt & RLSLOG do is publish releases lol, maybe morally wrong to some people but hey there are alot of things which are morally wrong but perfectly “legal”. I look forward to seeing the BDRIP 720p movie releases & I look forward to watching my movies! :) *joins up to Facebook*

  23. Moshster
    February 17th, 2011 | 09:11

    I agree with J. It’s also worth pointing out that *liking* a facebook group is in itself not incriminating, i.e. liking piracy is not the same as admitting to taking part in piracy. So *like* the FB page, feel free even to *like* release posts just make sure you don’t admit to downloading anything via RlsLog or any other site.

  24. Shocked
    February 17th, 2011 | 14:27

    Not a good move…I smell trouble. :(

  25. matt
    February 17th, 2011 | 16:19

    i just don’t get it why everyone wants to be on fb so badly. i’m staying out of it but it’s everywhere. it has spread like a virus, almost everyone is infected. not that i’m old-fashioned but i’ve never undertood the phenomena of social networks. life used to be different and i’m worried nowadays we are so often and so easily drawn into something that just sucks up our time, our real lifes. cheers to those ones who are with me on this one.

  26. Word Of Advice
    February 18th, 2011 | 01:48

    BAD IDEA FOR PEOPLE THAT LIVE IN THE USA/CANADA ELSEWHERE NOT SO MUCH. FACEBOOK IS CONSIDERED A VERY EFFECTIVE IDENTITY TOOL TO LAW ENFORCEMENT SO DON’T DO IT IF YOU LIVE IN NORTH AMERICA. !!!YOU’VE BEEN WARNED!!!

  27. watcher fed
    February 19th, 2011 | 17:17

    yes yes click on like you idiots – basically admitting that you visit a site such as this.

    this is enough EVEN IN EUROPE to have your ISP track your bandwith -> your downloads.

    keep it up PLEASE, this means more idiots and prison thus cleaning up the comments section.

  28. J
    February 20th, 2011 | 07:57

    One more volly into the conversation….

    These people are NOT playing around here. I’ve heard stories that show the MAFIAA is going to the extreme in some cases.

    For example, I believe it was last summer maybe, the BPI went after a stock-person because to relieve the mundane droll of her job, she happened to have been singing a song she had stuck in her head…. They were threatening to sue her because customers passing by could hear her singing and she had not obtained a public performance license for the song!

    Or, the instance a year previous, when they threatened to sue a pub owner because he was legitimately unable to name the customer who had used the wifi the pub offered to illegally download a song.

    So, technically, yes, Moshster, saying you like an activity, such as piracy, doesn’t, in fact mean you partake in said activity, however there is a strong implication that if you like an activity you also engage in it. Certainly, I would imagine, enough of an implication that would probably merit the MAFIAA representatives placing you on a “persons of interest” list and keeping a close eye on you… Which, personally, I would much rather avoid the extra attention if at all possible.

  29. Mudguts
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:19

    Yep stupid move but thats you guys right?lol

  30. Ghost
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:30

    Yeah we did.But where is the “dont like” button !?.

  31. Mr yellow
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:35

    Does my e-Penis grow if i join rlslog on fb?

    Who really care about rlslog in FB.. just another bad idear from the staff.

  32. Bug
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:41

    Facebook is the wrong way to go.
    Facebook is a very bad place to be.
    All the info you leave up there and
    what you do when you are there
    is used to map everything about you.
    It’s the wet dream of big brother come true.

    For me it is everything that I don’t want to be a part of.

    Joining that sic thing is a very dumb move.
    If you join Facebook it will eventually come
    back to bite you.

  33. blehs
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:55

    Great, Thats a super function you put on. Now the FBI can cut down on staff. All they need to do is look at your facebook details now to find out all the illegal downloaders!
    Good job rlslog!

  34. nash
    February 24th, 2011 | 12:56

    Bad bad move.They will close your facebook page down and then come after this site.

  35. Pinkcoon
    February 24th, 2011 | 13:11

    Pinkcoon, bad move why. yes not smart I think

  36. Nick
    February 24th, 2011 | 13:19

    I Completely agree with #18

  37. Colin Brainstorm
    February 24th, 2011 | 15:40

    Dislike. Good luck to the noobs linking their real names to the site and the illegal downloading of pirate materials.

  38. Barack Obama
    February 24th, 2011 | 16:32

    Hi, I found the rlslog facebook page and came here, just downloaded the tourist to watch on my white house cinema screen with my bodyguards. Crap movie but Michelle got moist between the legs while watching Johnny Depp so we went to the white house toilets and had a quickie. Thanks rlslog though the facebook like button slows down the page load considerably.
    P.S. I clicked a few ads for you, I screw enough out of people from taxes, I like to put a bit back…

  39. Mark
    February 24th, 2011 | 17:08

    Releaselog on Facebook ?

    OMFG ! ! !

    Yeahhh ! Let’s all be friends on facebook !
    Why don’t we send directly our ID’s at the police ?

    This is the stupidiest idea i’ve ever seen these last months.

    Did someone noticed that releaselog was all about illegal stuff ?

    I can’t believe someone imagined hat it could be a good idea !

    Come on, realeaselog is a cool website, what’s happening to you ?

    See you on court guys !

  40. OlivierCanari
    February 24th, 2011 | 20:41

    Hey Martin, when you cry after the wolf… The wolf is always coming…

  41. lali tutim
    February 25th, 2011 | 01:25

    very very very stupid move guys!

    I don’t want to lose rlslog.

    Why the hell are you doing this?!

  42. firoway
    February 27th, 2011 | 06:16

    Hi Out-There,

    Just become a FileSonik Premium user and I have to say the download speed it is the biggest disappointment ever …

    Be aware !!!!

  43. i is me
    March 3rd, 2011 | 02:56

    MoaR money for Martin good job ffs

  44. aero
    March 3rd, 2011 | 02:59

    I also think its a bad idea… look what happened to http://atdhe.net/ just months after “going public” on facebook, and all that site did was stream live tv.

  45. testis
    March 3rd, 2011 | 03:33

    Very bad idea, this will only bring even more trouble to this blog…espcially after the recent ‘trouble’ users had on this site.

  46. Vampyre
    March 3rd, 2011 | 07:55

    Facebook suuuksssssssssssss!!!!!!! bahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    i´ll never ever be a member of that xit!!!!!!!!!!

  47. FBIfan
    March 3rd, 2011 | 10:56

    The FBI is after you! :)

  48. Truth
    March 3rd, 2011 | 11:04

    Bad idea!!! F u c k facebook!!! what do you want? problems, money? or you are f u c k i n g stupid? Use brain donkey idiot! i hope rlslog die because this such genius idea!

  49. J
    March 12th, 2011 | 08:48

    Here’s another thing to consider in re: facebook & this site….

    Let’s face it, we all know why we come here…. And we all know that the legality isn’t always there.

    In previous posts, I warned about being cautious if you did join the group. To make sure you don’t accidentally slip & admit out-right that you’ve pirated media. TPTB won’t even have to get a subpoena to get your IP & get your name from that – you’ll have signed your name on your confession…

    Now I’m sure y’all are thinking “I’m too smart to admit to downloading anything”, and *you* probably are… But are you going to trust *EVERYONE* on facebook to be as well? Ever hear the phrase “Guilt by association”? There’s been a couple reports out that there are actually a lot of 12 & under kids on Facebook (Facebook says you have to be 13 or older)… Do you feel safe that a 12yo, who may not know enough to censor their speech, won’t post something incriminating? Or maybe the techno-illiterate Grandmother who thinks “if its on facebook it has to be legit” and posts something like “I just downloaded ‘Little Red Ridinghood 2011′ but I can’t get this stupid mkv file to play”….

    Granted, the argument “others in the group admitted to downloading the movie” probably won’t hold up too well in a criminal case, and you might be able to argue “I only clicked Like because I saw the movie at the theater & really enjoyed it, I thought it’d encourage others to see it to”…

    But keep in mind, that civil cases have a lowered burden of proof. The judge/jury doesn’t have to be convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that you did download the file. Instead of 99.999% sure, they just have to be 51% sure you downloaded it. Do you think your “I just liked it because I saw the movie in the theaters” argument would fly past Judge Judy (especially if you’re somewhere close to the GenX age range)???? Or do you think you’d get one of her famous “Don’t pee on my leg and tell me its raining” remarks??

    Even if you don’t get taken to court due to your involvement, you may get placed on their “Pirate Watch-List” and I don’t know about you’ but I’d prefer to not have the MPAA/RIAA keep a special watch on me. I’d much rather they not know I exist.

    I saw a report that noted people generally use the same username across various sites. And that the researchers were able to trace an alarming number of the selected cases to various other sites. While they warned more about scammers posing as Paypal, for example & tricking you with so much detail (Our records indicate you bought this in March, this in April …) and since they know so much about you you’d be likely to believe they are paypal…. Well the MPAA/RIAA could use the same research methods… I’m sure somewhere on the net you may have slipped & admitted to downloading something… Maybe here complaining that the RAR file you downloaded wouldn’t open – or that instead of Battlefield LA you were tricked into downloading Inception….

  50. I am AWESOME
    March 17th, 2011 | 19:35

    Liked <3 RLSLOG <3 WBB <3

    Fan page : http://www.facebook.com/IamAWESOMEWBB

  51. qcments
    March 17th, 2011 | 22:28

    what a fucing bad idea the site with the most personal info on anyone in world to make a page there omfg

  52. bada
    March 18th, 2011 | 00:23

    I don’t know if anyone else is experiencing this, but whenever I go onto the website, two post load instantly but the rest take forever to load. And then the same applies when I go onto the next page. The comments section in each post take time to load aswell. Does anyone know what the issue could be? I’m using both Chrome and IE9. Its slow in mozilla aswell.

  53. filth
    March 18th, 2011 | 13:34

    I’m just wondering, where is the law that says you must use valid and accurate info on Facebook, you must add your address and mobile number, etc? I don’t add those things to other sites I sign up to, why would I add them to Facebook – even if I use it?

    That said, I do use my real name there by choice, and I do believe that the RlsLog page will vanish very quickly – not anything to do with this site or stopping piracy, though, but because Facebook don’t want to be associated with hosting links to piracy. They are responsible for what is on their own site, after all. They regularly remove hate groups, piracy groups, and similar thing – they don’t want to get fines for allowing it. Whether or not some companies go after RlsLog directly is an entirely unconnected issue; this site isn’t exactly hidden. But it’s nothing to do with Facebook.

  54. Tream
    March 18th, 2011 | 14:49

    My Grandmother always told me..

    “Sleeping doesn’t mean Dreaming!” turn this around and you get the answer ;-)

    keep up Dreaming!

  55. Tream
    March 18th, 2011 | 14:52

    My Grandmother always told me..

    “Sleeping doesn’t mean Dreaming!” turn this around and you get the answer ;-)

    keep up Dreaming!

  56. Toke
    March 29th, 2011 | 18:29

    Totally not cool….
    ….Dude, dollar signs take over common sense decisions.

    This site will become more of a leech site, as my membership here will cease and desist.

    Dear Sir

    We are the proprietors of all copyright in a literary/artistic/musical work entitlements. We have reserved all rights in the Work, which was first expressed in material form on March 29, 2011.
    It has come to our attention that your work entitled RLS.NET is identical/substantially shares work similar to our copyrighted Work. Permission was neither asked nor granted to reproduce our Work and your Work therefore constitutes infringement of our rights. In terms of the Copyright Statutes, we are entitled to an injunction against your continued infringement, as well as to recover damages from you for the loss we have suffered as a result of your infringing conduct.

    In the circumstances, we demand that you immediately:

    1. remove all infringing content and notify us in writing that you have done so;

    2. credit all infringing content to ourselves in the following manner:

    3. pay a licensing fee in the amount of $250,000.00 U.S.

    4. immediately cease the use and distribution of copyrighted material;

    5. deliver-up for destruction all unused or undistributed copies;

    6. undertake in writing to desist from using any of our copyrighted Work in future without prior written authority from us.

    We await to hear from you by no later than close of business on the site birthday.

    This is written without prejudice to our rights, all of which are hereby expressly reserved.

    Yours faithfully,
    Your Mom

    —-This WILL happen…..It did for my site….

  57. ketty
    March 29th, 2011 | 18:32

    SINGLE DIRECK LINK

    http://privacy-surf.com/url/hkld02xc89zxc5g5dczxq36ac6
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    NO PASS

  58. sinpriest
    March 29th, 2011 | 19:04

    lol @58

  59. The Silent One
    March 29th, 2011 | 19:40

    Gotta agree with people here .

    Sorry for not joining your facebook group but …
    Doing that would be like raising your hand in the crowd and shout “Hey i download illegally!!!! BUST ME!!”

    The country i live in bust ANYONE they can for illegal download .
    So joining your facebook group wouldn’t be such a bold move , if you get me ;)

  60. mark
    March 29th, 2011 | 21:04

    Hopefully you’ve covered your tracks with ip addresses and disposable credit cards…..if not, you’re asking for trouble…(and always have, since you’re famous)

    good luck, anyhow. love ya <3

  61. Anonymous
    March 29th, 2011 | 22:55

    …facebook? really?

    not making enough money off the binverse and filesonic referral/spam rubbish you continually post?

    i guess i’m not surprised. rlslog is quickly becoming a sh*thole.

  62. J
    March 29th, 2011 | 23:29

    @filth (aka @54)

    There is no law *yet* that says you HAVE to provide Facebook with complete & accurate information. However, if you read Facebook’s ToS, you’ll note a clause that requires you to provide only accurate information to them. They have closed accounts because people have not used their actual name (see for example, http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/09/chinese-blogger-mark-zuckerberg-dog)

    And Facebook isn’t too big on privacy… Here’s what Zuckerberg says: a single online identity (provided by Facebook) should drive the Internet. Doing anything else is unethical. In fact, Mark Zuckerberg has actually said “Having two identities for yourself is an example of a lack of integrity.” (quote taken from http://www.geek.com/articles/news/4chan-founder-criticizes-facebooks-zuckerberg-over-claims-that-anonymity-online-is-unethical-20110314/)

    And I know the US & UK have both tossed around the idea of creating some kind of ID number to be able to identify its citizens while they’re online. The US, for example, is/was looking at making sort of a single username/password combination that would be used EVERYWHERE online… Which of course would just make it easier for US citizens to be traced online, and for TPTB to collect intelligence (aka “dirt”) on them [and for the black hat crackers out there to compromise just one site & be able to get in any bank account, email, etc...]

  63. lali
    March 30th, 2011 | 16:35

    awesome guys: since you guys are on facebook I get more often than not the following message:
    “Hold on!
    There are too many RLSLOG readers connected to our server. Wait a minute or two and try again!
    fun fun fun!”

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  65. badoink
    April 18th, 2011 | 18:18

    The thing is…even the like button lets Facebook track its users moves.

  66. bad idea
    April 18th, 2011 | 18:50

    can someone report this to facebook so they will close down the page before this site gets closed down, 5000 people all about to get minimum $100,000 piracy fines.

    also 7 times tonight i’ve got the “Hold on!
    There are too many RLSLOG readers connected to our server. Wait a minute or two and try again! message & its only going to get worse. what a bad bad idea from someone with no common sense

  67. Admin
    April 19th, 2011 | 01:25

    The IP’s we traced of those typical English.Sheep.Shaggers who are constntly spamming the forums are always posting links to get users to join the facebook group.
    You have to be a bit thick to have a facebook profile, let alone join a piracy group on said site.

  68. PattyK
    April 19th, 2011 | 02:54

    I think it’s a bad move. MPAA and the like use facebook now could easily see you and they got tons of time and money to sit and fish

  69. Quarantine
    May 17th, 2011 | 14:54

    Is this a joke Guys you have been down for days and i mean days maybe even a week to some. I have checked you FB page all the time you were down and not once do you update it with valuable information. Like why you were down when you would be back up etc. This site sucks now far too many unexplained downtimes many more to come in the future i have no doubt.

  70. dont get it
    May 17th, 2011 | 15:16

    nothing good can come from this. It takes forver as it is to get on the site nowdays & always get the “Hold on!
    There are too many RLSLOG readers connected to our server. Wait a minute or two and try again” more & more.your ruining the site why do this.

  71. klp
    May 17th, 2011 | 18:41

    piracy site on facebook , well hellloooooo wake up guys , several days of “Hold on” that is a no brain move clearly

  72. Anonymous
    June 15th, 2011 | 17:31

    …facebook?

    at least it’s not more usenet/filehosting referral bullsh!t

    :(