__/ [ nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ] on Monday 07 August 2006 16:28 \__
> Hoping to take advantage of last year's open-ended Supreme Court ruling
> on P2P software, the RIAA has filed suit against the two programmers
> behind the open source LimeWire project.
> The suit, filed in a New York District court, accuses CEO Mark Gorton
> and Greg Bildson of LimeWire LLC of exerting "substantial influence"
> over the software project, accusing the two of inducement to infringe
> copyright, contributory copyright infringement, and common law
> copyright infringement.
> End quote
Reminds me of something I saw earlier:
CacheLogic bids to make P2P DRM-friendly
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| "I've been a developer for a long time. All our caching is Linux based.
| It uses all sorts of open tools. We live in a hybrid world. You've got
| Microsoft, Apple, and the Linux community. BitTorrent is open yet it's
| in both open and closed software.
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