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Your Guide to File Sharing

BitTorrentThe whole concept of the internet is based on the ability to share files. The web pages you look at every day can be made up of simple HTML and image files, shared with you by a web server. These days there are many ways to share files. Applications like Limewire and BitTorrent clients make file sharing and distributing quick and easy, and all major operating systems include some ability to share files across a local network and with the world.

This guide contains articles that show you how to use file sharing, discuses some of the legal aspects that can arise when sharing files, and also detail how files can be shared between PCs on a local network.

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    File Sharing is not itself illegal, especially if used to share files that you actually created and own or collaborated on. Like any medicine, if you abuse the usage, it becomes illegal. Read this article...

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    The History of File Sharing: Where did it Begin?

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