Playing P2P Hide-&-Seek
It's one thing for the RIAA to appeal to Fortune 1000 companies to
better regulate their corporate networks of pirated music, it's
another to find an economic and practical means to implement it.
Enter Apreo and it's QuickStart Detection Program.
Call it litigation-avoidance software. The program enables IT
managers to "find MP3 files on corporate networks and the desktop
online file-sharing software used to trade them." The solution
complements network-based solutions such as firewalls and Internet
access monitors that can often be circumvented by email, "sneaker
net," and new file-sharing applications by providing protection on a
file level. "In this scenario, there is no single, central computer
or point of operation that can be shut down to stop trading,"
explained Apreo CEO David Hollander. It must be controlled at the
file-level on employee desktops. File-level protection is also a
necessity for finding all MP3 files, regardless of how they enter the
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