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Ten year prison sentences for P2P.
MS finally using its Pando acquisition.
A win for net neutrality.
'Impossible to shut down,' claims creator.
Teases peer-to-peer internet plans.
Brand-new films hit the torrents.
ESEA slapped by NJ Attorney General.
Looks to protect consumers from infringement.
Ofcom has published a draft code to establish a three-strikes copyright system in the UK, based on the DEA.
An Intel engineer has lifted the lid on a mesh-based monitoring system linked to Twitter.
The High Court has handed a judgement to Usenet gateway Newzbin, finding the company guilty of copyright infringement - despite the fact that content is offered by individual users.
A survey carried out by New Zealand-based UMR Research reveals that watching pornography online is considered morally more acceptable than P2P downloading.
A new survey conducted by Ipsos Mori and commissioned by Demos suggests that file sharers spend more than twice as much on music per year as non-infringing users.
HP workers have created a 'darknet' system for anonymous communications which operates entirely within the browser.
Cox Communications - the second largest ISP in the US - is to stop its policy of blocking P2P traffic outright in favour of a system of prioritisation.
Troubled magazine sharing site mygazines.com has officially shut its doors, citing "monetory reasons and the state of the global economy" rather than legal issues for its closure.
Figures released by network equipment vendor Sandvine yesterday show peer-to-peer networking accounting for almost half of overall US Internet traffic.
American ISP Verizon has become a charter member of the P4P Workgroup, a collective of ISPs with an interesting idea on how to make P2P perform better and cost less.
The IFPI says that ISPs should take responsiblity for file sharing across their networks, and work to prevent users from infringing copyright across the 'net.
RIAA backs off in court case after their IP based evidence is considered insufficient.
The record label is to make music available to downloaders for free, providing they're willing to sit through some ads.
People Near Me allows groups of friends or colleagues to share data and info ad-hoc.
Watch your downloads folder - a new worm is out to delete the beloved contents of your torrenting endeavours.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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