the end of P2P

Network-security company Palisade Systems will launch software that can identify and block copyrighted songs as they are being traded online.Created by software firm Audible Magic and backed strongly by the Recording Industry Association of America, the song-filtering software has already triggered interest in Washington, D.C., along with strong scepticism in the peer-to-peer world and among some students and universities. Jacobson said the identification process would not work on an encrypted network, such as is used in several newer file-swapping programs. However, the Palisade software could also act to block those applications from using the network altogether, instead of blocking individual song transfers, he said. http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/security/0,39020375,39152667,00.htm

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