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Hahaha okay so I finished reading your con man post.
I won't even argue how dumb that is, but let me apply it to the situation instead - something you neglected to do.
That definition is way off to describing what's going on here. There's no promises of "FALSE GAIN" in any part of this.
No one is getting scammed.
I agree I wouldn't want the service, and they advertise the BENEFIT of what their buyers will receive and not their service. That's shady advertising, no doubt.
I'm not blind to that. But it's not a damn scam. And anyone who thinks so should read the ****ing FAQ they have on their site.
Ultimately these people get what they want - with the SERVICE of how to search for mp3's correctly - or they get their money back. Ever heard of buyer beware? Do your research before you buy, *******. I'm not going to sympathize for those who can't when it's clearly written, WITH a money back guarantee.
Perhaps you should have read the first line
A confidence trick, confidence game, also known as a con or scam, is an attempt to intentionally mislead a person or persons (known as the "mark") usually with the goal of financial or other gain.
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P2P redirects here. For the telecommunications term PTP, see Point-to-Point.
P2P can also stand for Pay-to-play in gaming.
A peer-to-peer (or P2P) computer network is a network that relies on the computing power and bandwidth of the participants in the network rather than concentrating it in a relatively low number of servers. P2P networks are typically used for connecting nodes via largely ad hoc connections. Such networks are useful for many purposes. Sharing content files (see file sharing) containing audio, video, data or anything in digital format is very common, and realtime data, such as telephony traffic, is also passed using P2P technology.
A pure peer-to-peer network does not have the notion of clients or servers, but only equal peer nodes that simultaneously function as both "clients" and "servers" to the other nodes on the network. This model of network arrangement differs from the client-server model where communication is usually to and from a central server. A typical example for a non peer-to-peer file transfer is an FTP server where the client and server programs are quite distinct, and the clients initiate the download/uploads and the servers react to and satisfy these requests.
Some networks and channels, such as Napster, OpenNAP, or IRC @find, use a client-server structure for some tasks (e.g., searching) and a peer-to-peer structure for others. Networks such as Gnutella or Freenet use a peer-to-peer structure for all purposes, and are sometimes referred to as true peer-to-peer networks, although Gnutella is greatly facilitated by directory servers that inform peers of the network addresses of other peers.
Peer-to-peer architecture embodies one of the key technical concepts of the internet, described in the first internet Request for Comments, "RFC 1, Host Software"  dated 7 April 1969. More recently, the concept has achieved recognition in the general public in the context of the absence of central indexing servers in architectures used for exchanging multimedia files.
The concept of peer to peer is increasingly evolving to an expanded usage as the relational dynamic active in distributed networks, i.e. not just computer to computer, but human to human. Yochai Benkler has developed the notion of commons-based peer production to denote collaborative projects such as free software. Associated with peer production are the concept of peer governance (referring to the manner in which peer production projects are managed) and peer property (referring to the new type of licenses which recognize individual authorship but not exclusive property rights, such as the General Public License and the Creative Commons. The emergence of P2P as a relational dynamic and institutional form is monitored by the Foundation for P2P Alternatives 
I guess you don't understand it is not run by anybody it is simply people connecting to other people nobody has any control over what is shared.Nobody
Give me a break. I'm making a point - if you won't take the time to read it, you can politely stay out.
"I just wish CHrisavalon would shut the **** up"
As you make a point about niceness. At least you're being hypocritical. That's always good. Maybe you should go to a bar, and get laid out flat, too. Yay.
BUT anyways - to your point - there are **** results for Limewire and Google - okay. My beef with it was that there were these crap "sponsored results" coming up INSTEAD of real results - my REASON for bringing GOOGLE up is that google has systems in place to get RID of the crap and Limewire doesn't. Yet. There's absolutely nothing to make results unbiased results, and there should be.
It should give the best results possible.
Fair enough? Cut all the other bs. That's not even the point.
Good thing no one's making any money off it then... Good damn thing... yeah yeah... k I understand now. It's a total FREEWARE place... all the money spent there goes to charity for homeless people... k.. I get it.
You're lost, my friend. :P
Anyways - I totally don't care about any of this, nor seemingly do you. So I hope you didn't take it personal. Haha. I'm finished with the issue. Unless you feel obliged to argue more. Feel free.
Nothing like a good discussion. Have a good night or day whichever part of the world you are in.
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