About The World of Peer-to-Peer (P2P)

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About the book

Foreword

This book intends to explain to you the overall utilization that P2P (Peer-to-Peer) technologies have in today's world, it goes deeper into as many implementations as it can and compares the benefits, problems even legal implications and changes to social behaviors and economic infrastructures. We explain in detail about the technology and how works and try to bring you a vision on what to expect in the future.

Guide to Readers

This is a wikibook (en.wikibooks.org), as such you should learn a bit about what it is and how it does its magic.

The book is organized into different parts, but as this is a work that is always evolving, things may be missing or just not where they should be, you are free to become a writer and contribute to fix things up...

Reader Comments

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Guide to Writers

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Conventions 
A set of conventions have been adopted on the creation of this book please read about them before you contribute any content on the book's talk page.

Copyright Notice

Authors

The following people are authors to this book:

Panic

You can verify who has contributed to this book by examining the history logs at Wikibooks (http://en.wikibooks.org/).

Acknowledgment is given for using some contents from other works like Wikipedia, theinfobox:Peer to Peer and Internet Technologies

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