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Digital piracy for some isn't a crime: it's an art. Since the '80s, highly experienced groups of tech heads have been painstakingly copying legitimate content and distributing it among a close network of like-minded people. But, unlike what most people think, they don't want the general public to get their hands on it, and they hate sites like The Pirate Bay. For them, this is serious business, and one they don't want to share.
The FBI is investigating illegal file-sharing activity in companies, according to IT services and telecomms firm Energis.Security experts at Energis have noted an increase in the amount of network scanning over the Internet and say they have started to see the likes of the FBI looking for people copying movies and music online from work.
What a deal! By copying Napster's peer-to-peer model, the record industry could create a subscription service that moves much of the Net's priciest features--network bandwidth and storage costs--to subscribers and their ISPs.
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