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Apple P2P patent, iPhone privacy, iPhone 4S prototype with A5 chip rumor - iPhone Buzz

   Found at 4/22/2011 via ipnewsflash.com
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Record Companies Sue LimeWire For $75 Trillion

   Found at 3/29/2011 via www.boiseweekly.com
LimeWire was a P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing network in which users shared music and video files. One would hope that the files they shared were obtained legally.? [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] More...
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LimeWire Gets Squeezed For $75 Trillion

   Found at 3/29/2011 via onlinejournal.com
A judge ruled earlier this month that the punitive damages sought by the Recording Industry Association of America against P2P music sharing service LimeWire are 'absurd.' More...
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5 years later, first P2P case to be tried still chugging along

   Found at 3/27/2011 via arstechnica.com
Yes, the first file-sharing case in the US to go all the way to trial is still going. Filed on April 19, 2006 and progressing through a remarkable three trials, the recording industry case against Minnesota resident Jammie Thomas-Rasset continues to burn through cash and judicial attention. Thomas-Rasset was at first hit with a $222,000 fine in 2007, which was set aside in 2008. Another jury ... More...
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P2P lawyers score a victory; mass subpoenas can proceed

   Found at 3/27/2011 via arstechnica.com
Judges across the country have been hammering mass file-sharing lawsuits in recent months, with one in West Virginia even going so far as to ?sever? every such lawsuit filed in that district. But it's not all bad news for the attorneys bringing these suits, as they managed to score a victory this week. A federal judge in Washington, DC has decided that three such cases can continue, and the ISPs ... More...
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NPD Group Believes Shuttering LimeWire has Caused Dip in American P2P Piracy

   Found at 3/24/2011 via siliconangle.com
An NPD Group report is right now making the rounds touting an apparent decline in the illicit use of P2P networks to pirate music since the shutdown of LimeWire last October. The study cites a drop in overall P2P piracy from 16% in 2007 to 9% in 2010?among other statistics?which seems to be a strange [...] NPD Group Believes Shuttering LimeWire has Caused Dip in American P2P Piracy is a post ... More...
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Report: Music File-Sharing Declined After LimeWire Shut Down

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.fmqb.com
NPD Group says illegal P2P sharing has dropped off after LimeWire was forced to pull the plug. More...
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With Limewire Down, Americans Don't Know How to Steal Music

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.theatlantic.com
Ever since the RIAA convinced a judge to shut down the P2P file sharing service in October, piracy has fallen dramatically More...
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NPD: Fewer than 1 in 10 Americans get music via P2P

   Found at 3/24/2011 via news.yahoo.com
Market research group NPD has released on update to its Music Acquisition Monitor survey, and finds that the number of U.S. Internet users getting music via peer-to-peer file sharing networks has reached an all time low. According to the figures, just nine percent of American Internet users got music via P2P services in the fourth quarter of 2010?that?s down from 16 percent in the fourth quarter ... More...
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NPD: Fewer than 1 in 10 Americans get music via P2P

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.digitaltrends.com
The demise of LimeWire seems to have had an impact: according to NPD, just 9 percent of Americans used P2P file sharing to download music in the fourth quarter of 2010. More...
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With Fall of LimeWire, U.S. P2P Piracy Rates Plunge

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.dailytech.com
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TRENDS: Study Shows Limewire Demise Cut Music Piracy

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.allaboutjazz.com
A new NPD study shows the percentage of U.S. internet users that used P2PA to download music fell from 16% in the fourth quarter of 2007 to just 9% in the Q4A 2010 when Limewire ceased its file-sharing operations. The average number of music files downloaded from P2P networks also declined dramatically as well.A The stats... More...
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P2P piracy is falling

   Found at 3/24/2011 via www.techeye.net
Big Content is still in a panic over P2P even though evidence suggests that the numbers of pirates is falling. More...
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Study: LimeWire demise slows music piracy

   Found at 3/23/2011 via www.zdnetasia.com
The volume of Internet users illegally obtaining music from P2P services has fallen from a high of 16 percent in late 2007 to 9 percent at the end of 2010, says a research firm. Compare your salary Use the IT salary benchmark wizard and know the average salary differences between different job functions. Join activeTechPros. http://www.activetechpros.com More...
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Loss of LimeWire Causes Massive P2P Decline?

   Found at 3/23/2011 via mp3
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