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Yesterday | NNDB
Peer-to-peer file sharing service, popularly used for exchanging music. 26M users at its peak.
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Tuesday | Digital Game Developer
The increase in settlement payments received from ISP subscribers directly impacts the Company's top line growth potential and represents a larger number of copyright infringers receiving notices, enabling a greater return for Rightscorp and its clients, the copyright owners.
Tuesday | Customer Interaction Solutions
The SnapServer DX with BitTorrent Sync solution effortlessly synchronizes files between geographically-dispersed mobile devices, tablets, desktop clients and networked storage systems with no transfer limits or subscription fees.
It is pretty much acknowledged by now that Skype is evil. Maybe not as evil as a DRM on a brand new game, but very close.
Moguls joining up: It's understood Kerry Stokes is eyeing an investment in the peer-to-peer lender as part of a consortium with James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch.
A 25-year-old St. Johns County man was sentenced Wednesday to six years in federal prison for distribution of child pornography, to be followed by a seven year term of supervised release.
A York City man who became a target of a state Attorney General's Office child-pornography investigation through an online file-sharing service also secretly videotaped two naked York City girls from outside their window, authorities allege.
Aereo's Supreme Court defeat stirred memories of Napster and Grokster, startups that faced media giants in court -- and lost.
In a recent opinion, the Third Circuit considered whether the Pennsylvania State Police violated a defendant's Fourth Amendment protections when it employed a device called a "MoochHunter" to trace a defendant's hijacked wireless signal.
Check out this article! http://venturebeat.com/2014/06/28/meet-sher-ly-the-ambitious-cloud-startup-that-plans-to-destroy-sync/ With two cofounders, three developers, and less than $1 million in seed funding, Sher.ly intends to bypass one of the most frustrating, ubiquitous parts of cloud storage: syncing.
A small software app called Onionshare offers the most secure file sharing available.
Fourteen years ago, as the new millennium dawned, the Internet was already becoming less free: America was witnessing the battle between the band Metallica and the founders of the Napster peer-to-peer file sharing service; the French parliament passed a law obliging owners of sites to register; and China was embarking on building its Great ... (more)
Updated: Tue Jul 08, 2014 08:04 pm
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