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Thread: Bad News For Kazaa

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  2. File Sharing   -   #2
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    If the link don't work.. go 2 www.ircspy.com and Left-Click "Kazaa set to end its days of free music"

    Relly Bad news, post your thoughts here!

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    So the only way they would be happy would be if there were no music downloads at all on internet

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    well, as long as there are people like us p2p willl never be completely gone, and what they're planning doesnt seem that bad, as long as the prices are low. Then we wouldnt have to worry about any legal issues.

    But even so, free networks will probably always exist.

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    They want to fight a war they cannot win

    as long as people share kazaa will exist

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    thats kazza not k-lite!

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    What do you mean?
    It's k-lite

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    All this means is kazaa lite wont be able to access KMD Clients, kazaa lite will have it's own network.

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    so? big deal

    there is no shortage of p2p networks

    fasttrack is only one of them

    and BTW it's the KMD client that charges you money not other clients like klite++

    ppl using klite++ can still share freely on the fasttrack network

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    Originally posted by Macster@10 October 2003 - 19:31
    well, as long as there are people like us p2p willl never be completely gone, and what they're planning doesnt seem that bad, as long as the prices are low. Then we wouldnt have to worry about any legal issues.

    But even so, free networks will probably always exist.
    Like continous downloaders like me?
    Ohh noo!!! I make dribbles!!!

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