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One of the things that has always bothered me about the Recording Industry Association of America and its file-sharing lawsuits is that, for many of those people, their biggest crime is being uninformed.I can't tell you many of my own friends and extended family members - educated, law-abiding citizens - who had no idea that they were sharing music illegally.
Justices voice concern for future innovation, while showing interest in holding file-swap companies responsible for piracy. FAQ: Betamax--tech's favorite ruling Photos: Making noise at P2P hearings
Researchers think computers that "gossip" with each other are key to filtering out ads--and piracy-fighting decoys--on P2P networks.
Freenet inventor Ian Clarke and the RIAA's Matt Oppenheim square off over the race between law and technology.
MP3 filtering now being done at the University of Wyoming, with technology from Audible Magic, could open a new front in the online music wars.
Ghost of Napster purged from the machine
U.S. Rep. Howard L. Berman, D-Calif., says P2P piracy robs songwriters on a massive scale and explains why he's authoring a bill to stop illegal digital downloads.
In 2001, P2P has come a long way from its music-swapping origins. It's no longer a tool for pirates--it's an essential tool in the business world.
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