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Thursday, September 22, 2005
  IFPI releases malware that hunts down your P2P software
The IFPI, who represents the RIAA as well, has released a program called Digital File Check. It seems like it was built to forcibly remove any P2P software on your machine. A tool that parents could use to bug their kids. I have 10$ that say the kids would be able to find out how to either undo what that program does or how to hide their content from that program without their parents even knowing what's going on.
 
[sidenote: how you can teach your kids the perils of copyright infringement]
 
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