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I've been taught to share since young. I've been teaching my 2 & 3 years old children to share.Prenty wrote:to share is illegal? meaning that BT is too? right? BT does share when it download ....
Generally, SHARING is NOT illegal.
Specifically, sharing of my family photos are not illegal if I want to....sharing of my magnificient SOFTWARE(ermm..not virus, spywares or other harmful stuffs) that I've written is not illegal. SHARING of COPYRIGHT SOFTWARES without approval of SOFTWARE OWNERS are.
FTP is also a means of allowing others to share.
Forum is a place where people share/voice their knowledge/views.
Thumbdrive allows the sharing of files between computers. So do CD, DVD, portable HDD and etc.
Are those mentioned above illegal?
BT has an advance feature that allows for easier sharing. ie It is able to share what you've downloaded immediate even if the full download has not complete.
FTP sharing capability is more primitive. ie. It must complete the full download before sharing can be done.
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