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The movie industry is training its legal guns on the Gnutella file-sharing system in its latest efforts to combat piracy.
First published: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 13:38:16 GMT
Big Blue's anti-music-piracy technology could help block song traders who use services such as Napster or Gnutella.
Pop group holds EU concert to promote broader music protections
UPDATE: Online music insiders call for music industry to come up with its own Napster
A Federal judge has ruled against Napster, but other music-sharing systems may make more difficult targets
Napster clones will be sued by Europe's music watchdog if they operate in the UK
The program's near-perfect anonymity strikes at the very heart of the Internet's most troubling issues: child porn and pirated music
It could undermine the influence of every search engine and every Web portal. Gnutella is the biggest thorn yet in the side of record companies worried about the spread of pirated music on the Net.
The threat broadband poses to the music industry as Justin Pearse reports
Net giant says its music software employees were acting on their own when they made 'Gnutella,' a takeoff on the controversial Napster program.
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