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On this page I will describe iMesh.

iMesh was the first to introduce its free file-sharing software in 1999 and has been leading the peer-to-peer revolution ever since.

iMesh's technology creates a peer-to-peer network with no central servers. This network is made up of all registered iMesh members. Every iMesh member can search for and download files from the computers of all other iMesh members. Users can search for any type of file - music, videos, games, software, documents - all within the legal and copyright limitations.

With iMesh technology, downloads are fast and reliable - well-known file sharing problems such as broken links, busy FTP sites and slow data transfer are now a thing of the past.

iMesh is committed to maintaining its leading position as peer-to-peer pioneer by continuously developing new features, upgrades and improvements. Our members are the heart of the iMesh community, and we remain receptive to their ideas and recommendations, making every effort to incorporate them into the product.

Copyright issues are of great concern to iMesh. In an effort to create and promote a legal file sharing Internet environment, we are entering into distribution agreements with copyright holders.

Been Caught Stealing
by George Lang and Preston Jones, Oklahoma Gazette
July 24, 2003
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Music Downloaders Targeted By Music Industry
July 19, 2003
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Long-Used Distribution Model Is Fraying
by Nik Bonopartis, Poughkeepsie Journal
July 16, 2003
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P2P Networks Try to Throw RIAA Off Their Trail
July 16, 2003
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Hollywood Heist
by Ronald Grover & Heather Green, BusinessWeek
July 14, 2003
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No Way To Stay Hidden, Some Say
by Dawn C. Chmielewski, San Jose Mercury News
July 14, 2003
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File-Swapping Sites
San Jose Mercury News
July 14, 2003
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Song-Swapping Software Makers Prepare New Privacy Safeguard
by Anna Wilde Mathews, Staff Reporter of The Wall Street Journal
July 9, 2003
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Is Downloading Killing Albums One Song At A Time?
by Marla Lehner,
July 1, 2003
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Net Services Promise Anonymous File Sharing - Eventually
by Jefferson Graham, Usa Today
June 27, 2003
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Music Industry Set To File Lawsuits
ABC News Channel, The Associated Press
June 26, 2003
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World Online Music Day Is July 3
June 23, 2003
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New Riaa Chief Should Name Digital Advisors, Says CEO
June, 2003
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Leading File Sharing Company Offers Quickest Possible Speed For Downloadable Computer Games
Music Industry News Network
May 28, 2003
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