Contains the copyright issues with revolutionary software program Bram Cohen BitTorrent, which allows very large files such as movies, transmitted at a high speed on the Internet makes connected. The program, which is available free of charge via the Internet is used for peer-to-peer sharing of movies and music and for the legitimate distribution of the licensed software, including games. It also discusses the lawsuits against Napster and Grokster peer-to-peer sharing, as well as cases ag … Read more »

Contains the copyright issues with revolutionary software program Bram Cohen BitTorrent, which allows very large files such as movies, transmitted at a high speed on the Internet makes connected. The program, which is available free of charge via the Internet is used for peer-to-peer sharing of movies and music and for the legitimate distribution of the licensed software, including games. Also describes the case against Napster and Grokster peer-to-peer sharing, as well as complaints against Google in connection with its efforts to digitize entire libraries that facilitate electronic searches.
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Constance E. Bagley,
Martin Reed
Source: Harvard Business School
29 pages.
Release date: 05 April, 2006. Prod #: 806 169 PDF-ENG
BitTorrent HBR case solution

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