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The legal and social debate over the legitimacy of peer-to-peer (P2P) applications has made headlines since the days of Napster and Hotline -- and continues to be a major issue today. While there are certainly other hotspots in the tech industry, the P2P debate serves as a focal point for some of the most important issues of the day, such as security, personal privacy and copyright law. TechNewsWorld turned to Phil Morle, CTO of Sharman Networks, which makes Kazaa, for an exclusive interview to talk about the future of file sharing and the latest developments in the world of P2P.
Why not ask him what he thinks of Morpheus implementing FastTrack? What steps will be taken to prevent this (or even work with them?) What will future versions of Kazaa Media Desktop have? Will Sharman revamp the FastTrack Network anytime soon? How about support for other operating systems?