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The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog has this post, where they ask, “Peer-To-Peer: What Is It Good For?” And then answer – absolutely nothing! Actually it is a pretty thoughtful piece, despite the blood-boiling headline. via Wes Get all the news you need about […]

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog has this post, where they ask, “Peer-To-Peer: What Is It Good For?” And then answer – absolutely nothing! Actually it is a pretty thoughtful piece, despite the blood-boiling headline. via Wes

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  1. The essay is unfortunately titled pretty confusingly, given the fact that the author says in the comments – “not generalized p2p design issues, but distribution of broad-interest content”.

    If that is what you meant, say that, *in* the post!

  2. Supr.c.ilio.us: The Blog » Lawyers Can Blog Too Thursday, October 13, 2005

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