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  • P2p Vs. P2p Technology

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    peer-to-peer (P2P) is referring to a network that connected all the computers on the same network and allowing them to share the resources directly without going through a separate server. While file sharing is means making the file for others individuals to access and download. Over the past few years, P2P technology has been widely used in file sharing. It can be used to share a numbers type of files on the Internet, such as text files, music, movies, games, computer software, etc. In P2P technology

  • A Brief Note On P2p Vs. P2p

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    A peer-to-peer (P2P) network is created when two or more PCs are connected and share resources without going through a separate server computer. A P2P network can be an ad hoc connection—a couple of computers connected via a Universal Serial Bus to transfer files. Peer-to-peer (P2P) networking is the networking between the same type of devices. Peers are equally privileged. P2P is an alternative network model to that provided by traditional client-server architecture. In a P2P network, every machine

  • Peer Vs. Simplified As P2p

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    Peer to Peer (or simplified as P2P) connections are a way to share to share a variety of files. Some examples include music, movies, games, and documents. Essentially, with a P2P model, each user is also a server. Users can download data being shared on their peer’s servers, and in turn share the data they downloaded with other users as well (makeuseof). So in more practical terms, P2P sharing gives the users total control over what is uploaded and downloaded in a P2P network. It’s the Wild West

  • P2P Lending in Singapore

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    Abstract This study focuses on demand of P2P market among SMEs and consumer market. The researcher has developed a framework based on how peer to peer lending platforms are important for SME’s and what are the governmental regulations to promote online lending platforms, how SMEs play an important role in the development of economy, how important is the peer to peer platform to them and the future position of peer to peer market in Singapore. The focal point lies on the demand of peer to peer lending

  • What Rank Are You Applying For?

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    What rank are you applying for? Helper What is your age? 15 and a half. Are you a Boy or Girl? Boy What country do you live in? Israel Do you have a YouTube or Twitch channel? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKjk-LY7hipwIkx6nNFXwQ Do you have a microphone/headset? Yes, i also have skype, discord and teamspeak if you guys want to talk to me. Why do you want this rank? I want this rank because i think, and i am really think so, that i can be very helpful to the server. since i started

  • The Ethical Dilemma Of The P2p Service

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    The Ethical Dilemma The legality of the P2P service is not very obvious, apparently. But what about the ethics of the software providers? Is it morally right to enable the free exchange of music, without enforcing a proper compensation to the copyright owners? In order to address the ethical question above, let’s examine the situation from the viewpoint of the two main ethical theories: Contractianism and Consequentialism. The Contractianism viewpoint The contractianism theory focuses on

  • Example Of P2p Energy System

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    must allow sharing and trading of electricity. 4 Conclusions and Future Research Apart from the emerging interest in government energy planning, there is also action in the private sector. The Google Sunroof project is an example. There are two new P2P companies operating in Australia (inside the meter). They are LO3 Energy in Byron Bay and Power Ledger in Perth and both may find value

  • P2p File Sharing Of Copyrighted Material

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    4th, 2016 P2P File Sharing of Copyrighted Material Introduction Anyone who owns a computer that has a reliable internet connection can potentially download a torrent client and participate in peer-to-peer file sharing. Using a web browser to download files from websites is a lot different than downloading files from peers because instead of obtaining the files from a web server you are obtaining the files directly from ordinary computers like your own, hence the name peer-to-peer (P2P). A lot of

  • Incivility And Sociality : The Loss Of Civility In The Internet

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    Incivility in the online world is partly caused by anonymity, but anonymity has its place in the internet and needs to stay. Incivility is often described as social behavior that is lacking in respect, or good manners. A lot of people have reasons to believe that anonymity is the sole reason behind incivility online, and while it plays a huge role, anonymity has an even bigger role in the conversations happening online in the first place. Maria Konnikova, a bachelor in psychology and creative writing

  • Piracy- A Major Concern

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    Privacy is one of the major concerns in today’s world. People want to keep their identity secret for different reasons. It varies according to audience. For eg. Corporate world would like to remain anonymous for business interests. The efficiency of internet motivates the companies to use internet over intranet. But along with that the question of anonymity also arise. After in dept analysis of “Proxies for anonymous routing” and “A protocol for anonymous communication over the Internet” papers,different