Jul 7, 2003

In the July 7, 2003 New Yorker article “The Money Note,” by John Seabrook, comes this bit of info:

“But suing peer-to-peer networks isn’t as easy assuing Napster; for one thing, there’s no one to sue. (KaZaA is based on software that was commissioned by two Scandinavian businessmen. The programmers are Estonian. The right to license the program was acquired by Sharman Networks, an Australian company that has no direct employees and is incorporated in the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu.)

Anton Zuiker

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