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How Litigation Only Spurred On P2P File Sharing 140

Posted by timothy
from the perverse-incentives dept.
littlekorea writes "The growth in peer-to-peer file sharing surged in response to efforts by the content industry to litigate over the past decade, according to a new study by a researcher at Melbourne's Monash University. Dr Rebecca Giblin explains why 'physical world' assumptions don't apply to the online world."
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How Litigation Only Spurred On P2P File Sharing

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