Wednesday, June 29, 2005
What Happens to BitTorrent After Grokster?
Law professor Mark Schultz has written an examination of what the US Supreme Court's ruling on Grokster might mean for BitTorrent. He says, "BitTorrent and its creator, Bram Cohen, should be just fine. Some services that use BitTorrent to promote infringing file sharing for commercial gain, like the now defunct Suprnova.org, are most likely in trouble." He also goes on to address the new trackerless BitTorrent and BitTorrent search here.
[Via Declan McCullagh]
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