Warning: DON'T USE KAZAA!
Australian federal court justice Murray Wilcox had given Kazaa until today to comply with an order to come up with a keyword filtering system based on a 3,000-word library supplied by the members of the Big Four Organized Music family. Sharman was reportedly on the verge of handing off, in effect, to Audible Magic, an application touted heavily by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) and which, according to RIAA boss Mitch Bainwol, would have been perfect for the job.
Notwithstanding, lawyer Michael Williams, representing the Big Four's ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association), suddenly cancelled a special expert's meeting in which Audible Magic came up, putting an end to its possible deployment and leaving Sharman in the lurch. p2pnet.net - the original daily p2p and digital media news site
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