15% of P2P network users are spying for authorities

Monday October 01 2007: fifteen percent of the people that are using P2P networks, are spying for the authorities or record and film company representatives like BREIN, MPAA, RIAA, FPFI and more. They are looking for people that share illegal files via the network to collect as much information as they can, so authorities can…

A History of Illegal Digital Music File Sharing

The sharing of downloadable music files has had a potted history littered with technological advances, law suits, and drama. For those who were using the Internet around 1999 and 2000 you will be familiar with Napster which was the first giant of illegal music file sharing, and was the catalyst for many of the legitimate…