How can Bit Torrent be destroyed?
Well, the good news is that Kazaa is pretty much dead.
Music wins. Pirates lose. Etc. The battle anyway. Not the
war. The war is far from over my pale-skinned Brothers.
There's still Bit Torrent. How can we eliminate that? There's
nobody to sue. I'm sure that dude who invtented it meant
well, but seriously: it's practically useless for anything other
Brainstorm, folks. Brainstorm.
Pfft. Nobody is going to subscribe to friggin' Kazaa. Their
As part of the settlement, Kazaa's operator, Sydney-based Sharman Networks Ltd., agreed to pay more than $115 million and create an authorized online service that lets people share copyrighted music, film or software — and share appropriate royalties. http://www.latimes.com/business/la-f...lines-business
"business" is ruined. I predict they will completely close
up shop within a month. If Napster couldn't recover, Kazaa
sure as hell won't.
This is a link, too.
Um, I didn't technically read the entire articles. Just skimmed.
That's what I do. I skim things. You know, get the basic gist. And
so on and so forth.