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  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    CBS Television; the CNET division of CBS has almost the exclusive distribution of things like LimeWire, Kazaa, Morpheus, BitTorrent, etc. SOPA is proving to be more resilient than many had hoped, with Rep.

  2. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    In 2007 BitTorrent, a company whose "peer-to-peer" network protocol allows people to share music, video and other files directly over the Internet, complained to the Federal Communications Commission that the ISP giant Comcast was blocking or...

  3. FCC Votes to Pursue Genachowski's Proposed Net Neutrality Rules

    One example alluded to by the chairman: Comcast's blocking an application by BitTorrent that would allow peer-to-peer video sharing. This morning, the Federal Communications Commission voted to consider Chariman Julius Genachowski's proposed net...

  4. Google Behind Tool to Detect ISP Blocking

    M-Lab will collect data on the blocking or interference by ISPs of user internet use, including BitTorrent. It's no secret that Google is an avid supporter of net neutrality legislation. Now, in an effort to further their cause, they've partnered...

  5. Meet The B2B Search Engines

    BitTorrent's Grab at Respectability. One of the top trends highlighted at the Search Engine Strategies conference in San Jose was the growing importance of vertical search, and one of the key sessions in the vertical track was "Meet The B2B Search...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 28, 2005: Google Moving To NASA (Offices), Dropping Euro Commissions, Yahoo Preps Tools On Search Buzz, Releases Desktop Search From Beta, A Search Marketer On The Apprentice

    BitTorrent Ames site, removing commissions for European advertisers and unifying logons, while Yahoo is prepping new tools to measure search buzz and releasing its desktop search tool. Plus, a search marketer on The Apprentice and more!

  7. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Official BitTorrent Search Opens. What I dislike is the suggestion that somehow copyright is different for scholarly works, libraries or just print material. You don't become a second class citizen just because you publish on the web.