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October 24, 2004

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» LawGeek: INDUCE's biggest threat: Me2Me apps from J.A.S.O.N.
Ah, suddenly, the reasoning behind the RIAA/MPAA's rush to outlaw P2P and put a stranglehold on distribution methods have become more clear. Could the tech companies be in a head2head (pun intended) race with the media world to put into the market ... [Read More]

» The People vs INDUCE from Quantum Gardener
Terry Frazier has found some interesting information about the latest US-led push to tighten copyright. It makes for a very interesting read. These are becoming dissemination technologies for personal audio, video, photos, and music. This is the MPAA's... [Read More]

» The Copyright Wars from Quantum Gardener
Terry Frazier has found some interesting information about the latest US-led push to tighten copyright. It makes for a very interesting read. These are becoming dissemination technologies for personal audio, video, photos, and music. This is the MPAA's... [Read More]

» RIAA looking to break "record" button on satellite radios from Copyfight
Want to time-shift your satellite radio? Forget about it, according to the RIAA -- they want to make such practices illegal. As I previously suggested, the real agenda of the RIAA is not just P2P, but Me2Me technologies that allow you to move mus... [Read More]

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