National Post: Gnutella torching the music business
Aug 04, 2000, 07:30 (9 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Diane Francis)
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"The genie's out of the bottle when it comes to the value of
intellectual property and it's called Gnutella."
"While Napster fights for its life against the gigantic
record labels, Gnutella and others continue to swap songs and other
property without paying royalties."
"And that cannot be stopped. The Napster controversy is not
about theft, in my opinion. It's about bullying and fairness."
"Gnutella cannot be attacked legally because it is not owned by
anyone, makes no money and has no assets to seize. It is no more
than a label for a process or what amounts to a virtual library.
Only this library is as large, or as small, as the number of
individuals who link to one another through Gnutella. There is no
central "architecture" to attack in geek-speak. It's a collective
and there are others."
- VNU Net: Record companies risk Napster backlash(Aug 01, 2000)
- Internet World: Ian Clarke may make us forget about Napster(Jul 23, 2000)
- InternetWorld: Who Gnu? - What Gnutella Reveals About the Flaws of Constraint Models(Jul 09, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Net film firm taps Gnutella for video sales(Jun 15, 2000)
- Washington Post: Gnutella-Based Engine Finds Way to Internet(Jun 08, 2000)
- Canada Computes: Gnutella 0.56 not bad for a non-product(May 29, 2000)
- Richard Stallman: Regarding Gnutella(May 25, 2000)
- O'Reilly Network: Gnutella and Freenet Represent True Technological Innovation(May 15, 2000)
- LinuxWorld: Napster, Gnutella, and Internet guerrillas(May 11, 2000)
- ZDNet: Gnutella ignites porn, pirate worries(Apr 13, 2000)
- Nando Times: The new world of Gnutella(Apr 04, 2000)