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TVUPlayer: Another Napster? October 24, 2006 The video service is building an audience but legal experts wonder about copyright issues.
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File-sharing site eDonkey kicks it September 13, 2006 P2P firm agrees to $30 million settlement in copyright case, becomes latest victim of illegal file-sharing crackdown.
Legal P2P opens for business October 25, 2005 iMesh relaunches Tuesday as the first formerly unregulated peer-to-peer network to turn itself into a paid music service. iMesh reopens with 'label approved' P2P
Industries digest Grokster ruling June 29, 2005 Companies mull how Supreme Court's decision will change the landscape for the file-swapping and entertainment industries.
Skype's VoIP ambitions December 2, 2003 Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström explains why telephony is bound to wind up as just another application on the Internet.
Five outsourcing trends to watch July 6, 2007 Experts are tracking consolidation, globalization, and emergence of small-scale services, virtual worlds and even "green sourcing."
Flailing the latest digital whipping boy December 3, 2007 IP attorney Nancy Prager says the movie studios and television producers are to blame for the economic woes of their industry, not Steve Jobs or Apple.
Skype's 'unprecedented' outage August 20, 2007 The VoIP company offers a mea culpa for its disrupted service last week, which it says stemmed from a routine Windows update.
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