Category: p2p

New paper on the poisioning and pollution of P2P networks

copyright, hacks, SIMS, berkeley, p2p, friends, research, policy
Nicolas Christin has just put the finishing touches on a new paper authored with Andreas Weigend and SIMS professor John Chuang, "Content Availability, Pollution and Poisoning in File Sharing Peer-to-Peer Networks" (PDF) that will be presented at ACM's… more »

MythTorrent

feeds, copyright, hacks, open source, p2p
Well, it was bound to happen... [Patrick Wagstrom][pw] has set up a [feed][] for shows he's recently recorded with his [MythTV][]. [pw]:http://patrick.wagstrom.net/weblog/code/mythTorrent/intro.html [feed]:http://patrick.wagstrom.net/mythTorrent/myt… more »

Peer Impact to go live...

copyright, p2p, research, policy, DRM
From Steve Fox at PC World: > ### Legit Peer-to-Peer File Swaps > The Buzz: A little startup is about to make a huge splash, introducing a legal and music-industry-blessed file-swapping service. Peer Impact breaks from the gate with a massive cat… more »

Non-controversial P2P: Aliens, Proteins and Atmospheric Models

copyright, open source, space, astronomy, berkeley, p2p, research, policy
(cross-posted to ["Challenges of P2P"](http://groups.sims.berkeley.edu/pam-p2p/) [here](http://groups.sims.berkeley.edu/pam-p2p/index.php?p=8)) In the P2P debate, it's often easy to forget that there are important uses of P2P technology other than f… more »

Grokster Briefs on the Merits...

copyright, p2p, policy
I'll be posting briefs filed in *MGM v. Grokster* as I see them here: [`http://sims.berkeley.edu/academics/courses/is296a-2/s05/#grokster`](http://sims.berkeley.edu/academics/courses/is296a-2/s05/#grokster) Briefs posted so far: ### Petitioner'… more »
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