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    Piracy and peer-to-peer


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    Re:Piracy and peer-to-peer

    Wow, good read. That debate was rather interesting. I especially liked this line:

    I contest that claim. Freenet is primarily used for the distribution of noncopyrighted material at this time. It is actively being used in countries like China by dissidents to distribute censored information.
    Basically, Clarke told the RIAA to get over themselves, that it's not all about them

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    Re:Piracy and peer-to-peer

    [quote author=t048 link=board=14;threadid=7347;start=0#msg67733 date=1057691734]
    Basically, Clarke told the RIAA to get over themselves, that it's not all about them
    [/quote]

    And he is so right about that! Unfortunatly, the RIAA, MPAA and other interest groups will continue to spread the rumors through news sources and comercials that it is all about them.

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    Re:Piracy and peer-to-peer

    I was never able to make freenet work, I think my firewall is blocking it out - also searching the network is kinda strange.

    But the idea is exellent.

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