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Comment: I wonder... (Score 5, Insightful) 185

by hazy_fakie (#9456372) Attached to: Q&A With MIT's Nicholas Negroponte
exactly how can peer-to-peer networks come into our lives so easily. I mean how do you trust totally unknown people to transfer your data/food/whatever between any two points?
As a matter of fact, who would trust their credit card number to travel through a peer-to-peer network to get to the company he/she's ordering from? And this is just money... how about food as mentioned in the article?

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