Damien Morton wrote:
> Ok, Ok, so this is a little far fetched, but..
> A store and forward repeater with, say, 75Gig capacity, in a shoebox, in low
> orbit, blasting out MP3s and DIVXs to all and sundry.
> An on-board lottery system allows new material to be uploaded.
> RIAA buys ASATs?
No, they sue whoever launched it. The only way to make a centralized
system like Napster work is to have a company (or person) anonymously
set it up on Havenco. They could sue a John Doe but never collect, and
no possibility to shut down servers since Havenco will give them a big
Even decentralized software makers can be sued under the DMCA if they
meet some fairly basic tests for violations.
Anyone hear what other possible Havenco locations may launch?
-- Brian Atkins Director, Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence http://www.singinst.org/
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