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Kokopelli offering P2P developers “legitimacy”

News | 08/28/2003 4:00 am EDT
An Ottawa-based start-up is attracting global attention for its new file-recognition software that it says could help peer-to-peer application developers legitimately operate. Kokopelli Networks Inc., which is still operating in "boot strap" mode without permanent offices, has released a product dubbed BluFilter: Authorize that could prevent users from listening to song files that have been added to a database by artists or their record labels.

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