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March 7, 2007

New Report Tracks P2P Usage

A new market research report from Reportlinker.com tracks the use of Peer-to-peer applications for downloading legal and illegal material via the web.  According to the report. 38% of broadband users from France use P2P compared to 16% in the UK, and 10% in the US at the end of 2005.

The report abstract and other details are here, and a news report about it is here.  It is available for a mere €5,000.  That would be chump change for companies such as Warner Brothers, who would have an interest in such things.

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