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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Adopt a Chinese blog. Ultimately, the human infrastructure is what drives the freedom of expression on the Internet. FreeNet has been in development for years, and PGP has been stable and secure for years, but most people don't use these tools (unfortunately). It's the people that matter, which is why the years of demonizing Napster without a viable alternative were so disastrous for the RIAA and its constituent members.

Cohen dismisses MS P2P software as vaporware.

As with most things P2Pnet, once you get past the rant, the idea is pretty solid.

"Rather than being content to recoup IP development costs indirectly by selling products based on new standards, vendors increasingly expect to be paid for the IP that they contribute." via Miller

The spread of unfreedom around the world continues.



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