Thursday, November 03, 2005

Peer-to-Peer Goes Legit

Peer-to-Peer Goes Legit
Wired News, publication date: 03 November 2005
"Now the company has built Microsoft Digital Rights Management technology into its software, allowing users to see a complete list of tracks available on the Gnutella network. However, they can only download tracks that they are willing to pay for, or that are not copyright protected.

'We are the first true P2P company to legalize our service,' said Talmon Marco, president and co-founder of iMesh. 'Unlike iTunes or Rhapsody or Napster, we will also provide access to another 15 million so-called 'gray market' soundtracks free of charge.'"

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