Filesharing

07.25.18
Blockchain company Tron buys BitTorrent
07.25.18

Blockchain company Tron buys BitTorrent

The file sharing service was reportedly sold for $126 million.

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05.22.18
Dropbox's mobile apps make it easier to find, track and share your files
05.22.18

Dropbox's mobile apps make it easier to find, track and share your files

Updates for iOS and Android will help you bring order to the chaos of your cloud.

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05.09.18
New Mexico asks BitTorrent what it does to stop child exploitation
05.09.18

New Mexico asks BitTorrent what it does to stop child exploitation

The state AG is concerned uTorrent facilitates exploitative material.

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04.17.18
Dropbox's Showcase presentation tools are faster and more flexible
04.17.18

Dropbox's Showcase presentation tools are faster and more flexible

They're also now available to many of the company's business customers.

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04.03.18
Google Drive will help you figure out who needs access to a file
04.03.18

Google Drive will help you figure out who needs access to a file

And if they have it -- before you send the message.

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12.05.17
Google releases its Android file storage manager to all
12.05.17

Google releases its Android file storage manager to all

The Airdrop-like Files Go! file-sharing system is out of beta.

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08.02.17
Mozilla file sharing test wipes files after one download
08.02.17

Mozilla file sharing test wipes files after one download

You'll never have to worry about files lingering in the cloud.

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04.13.17
Kim Dotcom asks the Supreme Court to hear him out
04.13.17

Kim Dotcom asks the Supreme Court to hear him out

The founder of Megaupload is trying to get $75 million back from US authorities.

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03.27.16
Free Facebook and Wikipedia inadvertently foster piracy networks
03.27.16

Free Facebook and Wikipedia inadvertently foster piracy networks

Basic internet services have opened the door to file sharing in Angola.

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