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Protection for file-shared content : Calgary start-up promises security, speed and low cost with new file-sharing platform

News | 05/03/2001 4:00 am EDT

Digital Artisans Guild Inc (DAG) has teamed up with another Calgary company to bring teen wrestling to the Internet, using a new network technology that protects content rights. Myfileshare.com, a small R&D start-up with seven employees, says its proprietary PeerGenius software succeeds where companies like Napster have failed by creating a peer-to-peer experience where file sharing can be controlled by the content owner.

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