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Fresh legal woes for ConnectU founders

Remember file-sharing site I2hub? Its creator claims that due to a partnership with social network ConnectU, he's entitled to part of ConnectU's Facebook settlement money.

By January 4, 2010


File-swapping leaders nearing D-day

With record labels' lawsuit threats pending, time left for eDonkey and its peers to make deals is running short.

By February 1, 2006


Year in review: P2P retreat, iTunes advance

Courts helped tame file swappers, while legal digital music sales soared.

December 17, 2005


Supercharged college P2P network closes

I2Hub, a file-swapping network piggybacking on the Internet2 research network, posts its own epitaph.

By November 14, 2005


Record labels send more letters to P2P services

Recording Industry Association of America sends cease-and-desists to seven P2P services it says induce copyright infringement.

By September 15, 2005


Industries digest Grokster ruling

Companies mull how Supreme Court's decision will change the landscape for the file-swapping and entertainment industries.

By June 29, 2005


RIAA cracks down on Internet2 file swapping

Students on 18 campuses will be sued for using high-speed i2Hub peer-to-peer network.

By April 12, 2005


Week in review: Chips, and a trip-up, from Intel

Chipmaker looks to dual cores and China for new opportunities and touches off minor controversy with its unending interest in Moore's Law.

By April 15, 2005


Hollywood seeks Internet2 tests, P2P oversight

MPAA wants to tap into the supercharged university network to monitor piracy and test new video applications.

By November 18, 2004