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December 16, 2004
P2P for CC
Via the Creative Commons weblog, a new service from Torrentocracy -- Prodigem, free BitTorrent hosting for CC-licensed material:
Prodigem can only be used for the distribution of legally licensed material cleared for distribution via p2p filesharing. So, if you are an artist, creator, author, blogger, podcaster, amateur mogul, lead guitarist, independent movie director or person, and you have material which has been licensed openly, such as with a Creative Commons license, the sky is now the limit.
Update: the flipside of the coin
: Findlaw's collection of legal complaints against people allegedly running BitTorrent servers indexing illegal copies of TV programs and movies.
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