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Rebirth for Scour Exchange?

File-swapping service Scour Exchange is attempting to stage a comeback, having signed up more than 200,000 registered users to test a secure version of its software under new owner CenterSpan Communications. The company said a beta version of Scour Exchange will showcase the "secure and legal support capabilities" of the file-swapping service. CenterSpan last year purchased Scour Exchange from developer Scour, which had been fending off copyright infringement lawsuits when it shut down and filed for bankruptcy protection last year.

File-swapping service Scour Exchange is attempting to stage a comeback, having signed up more than 200,000 registered users to test a secure version of its software under new owner CenterSpan Communications. The company said a beta version of Scour Exchange will showcase the "secure and legal support capabilities" of the file-swapping service. CenterSpan last year purchased Scour Exchange from developer Scour, which had been fending off copyright infringement lawsuits when it shut down and filed for bankruptcy protection last year.