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iMesh to block songs

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 10 Apr 2001 15:19

Israel-based iMesh has announced that it will begin blocking copyrighted songs from its service. iMesh received a request from RIAA to remove copyrighted material from its service.
"Following RIAA's request, iMesh is currently in the process of disabling the downloads of files protected by the copyright law," the note in the service said. "Those files will appear in the search results list with a sign, and their download will not be possible."

iMesh is one of the very few remaining independent (read: non Gnutella-based) file-swapping services left after Napster's long court process reached its end.

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