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LWLeft Wing
LWLightwave (NewTek)
LWLight Weight
LWLimewire (p2p software)
LWLuftwaffe (German: air force)
LWLong Wave (see LF)
LWLow Water
LWLimited Warranty
LWLeatherworking (game)
LWLeeWay
LWLetter Writer
LWLethal Weapon (movie)
LWLine Width
LWLand Warrior (Army)
LWLock Washer
LWLangwelle (radio band 30-300 KHz, German)
LWLutheran Worship
LWLast Wish
LWLandsteiner-Wiener (blood group)
LWLord Willing
LWLaser Weapon
LWLower West
LWLow-Warning
LWLeave Word (trunks)
LWLylat Wars (game)
LWLiving Worlds
LWLeaky Wave
LWLeft Waist Gunner
LWLoodswezen (Dutch)
LWLincoln Way High School
LWLiegewagen (German Couchette)
LWLAN War (gaming)
LWLouisville and Wadley Railway Company
LWLincoln-West High School (Ohio)
LWLAN/WAN Exchange
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File-sharing, popularised by the likes of Napster, Limewire and Kaz, meant that users could swap and copy music with impunity.
After Napster came Limewire and Kazaa, both of which were shut down, but record companies could now have a much tougher fight on their hands with YouTube.
From Napster to Kazaa, Limewire to The Pirate Bay, RapidShare to Megaupload, file-sharing sites have established their own stable of name brands.
He told officers he had been looking for pictures of girls around his own age but had used the word "paedophile" to search for items on the LimeWire platform.
com that MP3 Music Download Pro is clearly being used for piracy, similarly to software like Kazaa and LimeWire, both of which folded under the weight of industry lawsuits.
As Napster shut down, people found Limewire, Kazaa and Soulseek.
Since receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology, Jim has worked as a full-time developer at RIT, as a web designer at LimeWire LLC, and as an independent development freelance contractor.
In May, the labels reached a settlement in one of the biggest digital copyright-infringement cases of the past several years, with the now defunct file-sharing network LimeWire agreeing to pay $105 million in damages.
pirate-edition-2010119/; see also Enigma, LimeWire Resurrected By
Peer-to-peer file sharing services such as Napster, Grokster, and LimeWire have all been found liable for this form of indirect infringement.