Summary:

USA TODAY reporter Kevin Maney asks Ralph Oman, an intellectual property lawyer at the Washington, D.C., law firm Dechert, about the likely survivors in the P2P world in the wake of of the MGM-Grokster decision. Kazaa and eDonkey are at risk, but Bit-Torrent and iMesh safe […]

USA TODAY reporter Kevin Maney asks Ralph Oman, an intellectual property lawyer at the Washington, D.C., law firm Dechert, about the likely survivors in the P2P world in the wake of of the MGM-Grokster decision. Kazaa and eDonkey are at risk, but Bit-Torrent and iMesh safe for now. And Limewire is a likely survivor. via

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