U.S. Patent Office: P2P Harms Childre...

U.S. Patent Office: P2P Harms Children, National Security

There are 1 comment on the Neowin.net Main story from Mar 12, 2007, titled U.S. Patent Office: P2P Harms Children, National Security. In it, Neowin.net Main reports that:

U.S. Patent and Trademark Director John Dudas commissioned a report, which the patent office recently forwarded to the U.S. Department of Justice, stating that peer-to-peer networks could manipulate sites so ...

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p2punite

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#1 Mar 14, 2007
[quote]There will almost never be a legitimate business or governmental justification for employee use of filesharing programs.[/quote]

Excuse me! but, there are *plenty* of legitimate business uses for programs (or protocols) that use filesharing, things such as Linux Distros being distributed via the BT protocol.

And how many more times will *they* link filesharing with "terrorism" and national security... Goebbels was correct when he stated "Tell a lie often enough and it becomes the truth"...

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