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  1. A while back I wrote about ScanEye. Viewing it, it shows you which files your IP has downloaded in the past. It was restricted so that you could look at the information for your own IP only. Now you can check every IP or filename you want using BTindex, a DHT crawler. By the way, it provides a magnet link for every entry, too.. Since it's a DHT crawler, in case you don't want your IP or file to show up you have to disable DHT.
  2. So you think downloading something via BitTorrent is anonymous if you use a VPN? "Yes" for you. But it could ne "no" for your files. Look here and wonder what other users of the AirVPN server you are using right now have downloaded in the past using BitTorrent (assuming you are connected to AirVPN right now). You can do the same with any IP you're using - disconnect from AirVPN in order to view statistics for your real IP, or use proxy servers to see the statistics of those. And that's also the restriction. There is no searching for any IP you want to view, just the one you are viewing the service with. Also there could be wrong entries if your IP is dynamic.
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