Peer-to-peer under the spotlight

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The peer-to-peer technology allows any user to create a so-called "container"
on a hard drive and deposit in the container any type of content, graphics,
music, video, multimedia or text files. The owner of the container sets the
rights and permissions rules for privacy management. Users download a client
component and are able to access any of the files within the container.

"Anyone can be their own Yahoo," said Zakaria, and run a portal from
their own machine.

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