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Re: Kazaa Loses Round One in Australia
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2004-03-04 08:26:41
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An attempt to exclude evidence from a music piracy case seized in sweeping raids by the Australian recording industry has been rejected by a federal court judge. The evidence was gathered February 5th by Music Industry Privacy Investigations (MIPI), the enforcement agent of Australia's recording industry, in court-ordered raids at 12 locations throughout the country, including the Sydney headquarters of Sharman Networks, maker of Kazaa, one of the most popular file-sharing programs on the Internet.

Re: Kazaa Loses Round One in Australia
Posted by: GreatInca 2004-10-27 19:02:51 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
Go Get Bit Torrent and/or E-Mule. Better Tech. Better Files. Open Source. Will still be around even if devs get sued out of existance.
E-Mule is better for Rare and/or legal files. Bittoorent is for Hardcore widespread warez downloading and private corporate/social network trading (legal and ileagle).
Kazaa is a has-been.
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