Viralg to stop unauthorized file trading on p2p networks?

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 20 2005 @ 00:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Viralg, a Finnish company, claims to have found a way to stop unauthorized file trading on p2p networks:
The technology "mixes together files in P2P networks in a way that the illegal downloader will end up downloading useless garbage instead of real music, movie or game content," the company said in a press release outlining its technique. "Our...technology is capable of destroying already-shared functional files from peer-to-peer networks."
Several companies have already done this in the past but Viralg claims its technique is more effective.

Read more at Cnet


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