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February 22, 2006

Major P2P Server Shut Down in Europe

Razorback 2, the biggest and very popular server of the eDonkey peer to peer network was shut down according to the Motion Picture Association.  The server transferred copyrighted movies and music between users.  Swiss police arrested the operator while Belgian police on a magistrate's order seized the server at an Internet hosting center near Brussels.

CNN Money carries the Reuters report.  More details are available at cdfreaks.com.

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