From: Tom Whore (email@example.com)
Date: Mon May 01 2000 - 13:27:17 PDT
On Mon, 1 May 2000, v - Mark Kuharich wrote:
--]If you're attempting to access Napster from behind a firewall, the Napster
--]protocol is probably having problems burrowing into your corporate net. Is
--]your company filtering traffic?
Its about time central server piracy gets the heave ho.
Look folks, its simple. We are mostly trading pirated illegal copies of
music/games/docs as the legal system stands now. Doing this on a central
server (commercial server even) is a little like a pickpocket doing a play
by play to the person the person they are lifting from.
"Hello world, Im over here at the Napster server and im going to grab the
new Hanson Album, OK?
IF i were working for the RIAA i would not have made our desent so public,
I would have sought to get access to traffic flow to and from teh napster
If your going to do criminal acts please pease please do it in such a way
as to limit your indemnity. IF they dont know who you are, where your
comming from or what your grabbing/offering then
Gnutella is a good step in the right direction. Instead of everyone
HERDING themselves to one location the crime is distributed out over
enough space to make tracking mass movement a little more of a chore.
We are bright people living in a tech forward age. Why use stone age
methods for our activities.
Freinds don let freinds warez thru central servers.
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