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  • noun Plural form of darknet.

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Examples

  • What's important is the fact that "Cease and desist" bullying was defeated NOT by secrecy or more and better "darknets" - but by a clear and principled REFUSAL EN MASSE to comply.

    p2pnet news

  • So-called "darknets" are closed networks for sharing information securely.

    Your Own Private Internet

  • All efforts to make them work, such as trying them out on so-called "darknets", which are private and typically anonymoyus filesharing networks with different protocols to the public internet, were unsuccessful.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He visited "darknets," the illegal file-sharing networks that have turned pirating Hollywood movies into a global sport, and checked in with regular folks who just want to pull a Disney film clip for their home videos.

    Darknet Casts Hollywood as Heavy

  • Creating default "darknets" through technology defines the purpose of the network as illegal and encourages a certain kind of activity.

    Archive 2004-01-25

  • This has been demonstrated conclusively from the evolution of 'darknets', private file-sharing networks, which grew up as the legal and widely available file-sharing networks, such as Napster, were shut down by the copyright owners.

    P2P Foundation

  • Most serious darknets started encrypting packet transfers in the late 90s, and several people, including myself, have reviewed vpn as an option.

    IPREDator: topside taste of what’s to come

  • Examples of darknets are peer-to-peer file sharing, CD and DVD copying, and key or password sharing on email and newsgroups.

    DarkNets: not tomorrow, but here and now

  • Even if a majority of people choose to buy proprietary content through authorized channels, the growing unenforceability of digital copyright (thanks to encryption, proxies, darknets, etc.) means that proprietary content will have to adjust its price downward in competition with Free.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Futile Struggle Against Free Content

  • Even if a majority of people choose to buy proprietary content through authorized channels, the growing unenforceability of digital copyright (thanks to encryption, proxies, darknets, etc.) means that proprietary content will have to adjust its price downward in competition with Free.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Futile Struggle Against Free Content

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