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Old June 10th, 2002
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Originally posted by Taliban
Gnutella is a filesharing network and not meant for copyright infringement. Of course you can use it for violations of intellectual property, but don't expect the developers to optimize the network for that purpose.

If copyright infringement is not the main goal, why not just use ftp servers or webpages? Face it, people use "file sharing" to get songs, movies and software without buying it. You said it yourself in speaking of "freenet": "the client server architecture makes it especially vulnerable to law suits".
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