Country’s economy plays role in file-sharing patterns
October 13, 2014
By Colin Mann
Peer-to-peer file sharing of movies, television shows, music, books and other files over the Internet has grown rapidly worldwide as an alternative approach for people to get the digital content they want – often illicitly. But, unlike the users of Amazon, Netflix and other commercial providers, little is known about users of peer-to-peer (P2P) systems because data is lacking.
Now, armed with data on users of popular file-sharing system BitTorrent, a Northwestern Uiversity research team has discovered
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