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P2P rivals flock to BitTorrent

Once-separate swapping technologies increasingly find homes under the same digital roof. The latest: Morpheus adds BitTorrent support.

By February 10, 2005

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Exeem opens new file-swapping doors

BitTorrent gains new face as developers turn it into part Kazaa, part TiVo--and a grassroots media platform.

By January 21, 2005

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The brains behind Kazaa

After a long self-imposed quiet period, Sharman Networks CEO Nicola Hemming breaks her silence about her company's controversial file-swapping technology and the future of digital music.

By December 29, 2002

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In the trenches of techno-rebellion

Although technologies have arisen to thwart programs piggybacking on free software, most consumers fail to protect themselves.

By June 25, 2002

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Hackers turn tables on file-swapping firms

For the past several weeks, programmers have been releasing versions of popular file-swapping programs online with the advertising and user-tracking features stripped out.

By April 25, 2002

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The brains behind Kazaa

After a long self-imposed quiet period, Sharman Networks CEO Nikki Hemming breaks her silence about her company's controversial file-swapping technology and the future of digital music.

By April 23, 2002

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PC invaders camp out in hard drives

People who regularly click through terms-of-service agreements without reading them later discover they've let advertisers and others access their computers.

By April 18, 2002

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Peer-to-peer exchanges court advertisers

P2P networks are cozying up to marketers--but can they walk the tightrope between pulling in revenues and pushing consumers away?

By August 2, 2001