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FDPIC – The fight against pira­cy on the Inter­net – pro­tec­tion of copy­right and pro­tec­tion of privacy

Thanks to high trans­mis­si­on rates, it is now pos­si­ble to down­load data quick­ly and easi­ly from the Inter­net. The world­wi­de web offers new pos­si­bi­li­ties for exchan­ging data, whe­ther in the field of art, news or sci­ence. At the same time, the Inter­net faci­li­ta­tes attacks on copy­right, espe­ci­al­ly via file-sha­ring net­works. The­se exch­an­ges (cal­led “peer-to-peer” or P2P) allow users to exch­an­ge data in any for­mat (music files, movies, soft­ware, images, texts); the­se data are stored on the respec­ti­ve com­pu­ter and the exch­an­ge is free, on a lar­ge sca­le and wit­hout loss of quality.

Source: FDPIC – The fight against pira­cy on the Inter­net – pro­tec­tion of copy­right and pro­tec­tion of privacy

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