The Guardian (UK): Freenet takes music copyright battle to USAug 02, 2000, 01:27 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jane Martinson)
"The London-based founder of Freenet, the software that allows digital music downloads, is setting up a new company in the US, designed to directly challenge existing copyright laws."
"Uprizer is being touted as a direct descendent of Napster, the online song-swapping company that last week lost its battle against the recording industry over alleged copyright infringement."
"Ian Clarke, the 23-year-old who set up Freenet and one of five founding partners in Uprizer, said yesterday: "We intend to stay vigorously on the right side of the law."