Thursday, September 08, 2005

BREIN free software

A Dutch antipiracy group are planning to release "free" software to enable parents to detect P2P file sharing programmes on their computers.

I doubt that anyone lacking the skills to check whether there computer has Kazaa or the like (usually involving looking for the desktop icon, or clicking start-programs) will have the skills to download this software. But even if they did, wouldn't it be better if the parent spoke to the child?

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