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The P2P Wars: How Code Beat Law

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1 Author(s)
Rebecca Giblin ; Monash University

Content owners have successfully held P2P software providers liable for their users' infringements in every major case they've brought, but those successes failed to reduce the range or availability of P2P file sharing software. By contrasting the law's physical world assumption with the realities of software development, this article explains why.

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IEEE Internet Computing  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 3 )