Why Google Made BitTorrent a Success

Why Google Made BitTorrent a Success

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BitTorrent has emerged as the dominant filesharing protocol in recent years. Hundreds of millions of computers have a BitTorrent client installed and torrent sites are among the most frequently visited websites on the Internet. BitTorrent’s leading role can be partly attributed to its technical superiority, but there are other, perhaps...
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