Evolution of Peer to Peer

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May 28, 2015

 

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Representing the recording industry in the United States, the RIAA sought damages of $100,000 per song, bringing the total to a unfathomable 20 billion dollars. In the coming months, other bands and artists would file lawsuits as they saw their works being shared for free. In July 2001, Napster was shut down...
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In July 2001, Napster was shut down. In its place, several new P2P protocols such as FastTrack and Gnutella were quickly developed. These second generation technologies were fundamentally different than its predecessor; where Napster had its users connect to a centralized server, these had users directly connect to nodes, other users that would route messages to other users...
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