file sharing

In the United States social networks are considered to be public spaces and any information shared there is covered under
Inspired by espionage practices, Aram Bartholl wants to create a global sharing network offline.
Use folders to sort things I know, I know, I said that you didn't need to use hierarchical means of accessing your files
Still emailing photos between your phone and computer? Tracking down lost USB drives for file transfers? Or worse, relying on a cloud storage device for your business documents that lacks sufficient encryption security?
That's why Quip has an inbox, notifications, @-mentions, a like button, and other social features you wouldn't find in a
Oh. My. God. Oh. My. God. Omgid Omigod Omigod. I am so embarrassed. I'm a grown woman and I just got the equivalent of a time out.
Why is BitTorrent so hesitant to clearly and definitively condemn the misuse of its protocol for piracy? Why is that so difficult?
By absolute necessity, consumers have gotten fairly paranoid about the ways in which they share personal information online. There is big value in a service that allows consumers to share material -- and then make that material disappear.
The social smartware company Muzik's new headphones will let you share songs online or add them to a playlist with one button. Joining us to discuss is Jason Hardi, creator of the world's first SmartHeadPhone.
In Who Owns the Future?, Jaron Lanier is betting that technology will make the future better than the past.
Check out the full WJS report here. The waiting list to download Mailbox helped hype the app, and Gentry admitted to WSJ
Video may have killed the radio star, but free online music streaming services are putting the infamous Peer-to-Peer (P2P) music swiping services to rest. What is finally going to put the nail in the P2P business is not only free, but legal.
Even with the strong launch, Mega's success and its future still hinge on a few unresolved factors. For one, Dotcom faces
AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and other major Internet service providers are set to implement a copyright alert system aimed at
The Pirate Bay has long been the target of law enforcement agencies, who have been urged to act by organizations representing
Our question: who are these artists giving people permission to download singles and entire albums (comprising 78 percent of downloads according to MusicMetric) for free? We were curious, so we asked. Here's the word from BitTorrent.
(Reporting by Niklas Pollard; additional reporting by Anna Ringstrom in Stockholm and Pral Chan Thul in Phnom Penh; Editing
How should we respond? I think one of the problems lies in the stultifying sameness of so many of our music programs (in