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For those that do not know of Ericsson, they are very large within telecom infrastructure, and if they still do, also owns the Ericsson part in phone manufacturer Sony Ericsson.)
- distribute anything else than links (no copyrighted material).
- make a profit (at all, the courts couldn't find any alleged money and they do not distribute copyrighted materials).
- promote copyrighted downloads (they promote free file sharing).
So care to try again?
Also the air is already filled with radiowaves, which is another proof for the "radio transmitters" thats not allowed.
- All PS3s needs to find the files.
- An EU system might not have access to a US file.
- Distributing using mirrors/different locations.
- Storage and uptime.
- The Playstation Store.
- Not allowing a non PS3 system to download files.
- Statistics so they can charge the correct amount and keep track of popularity.
I'd like to see how you get that and 2,5 GB transfer per month! On top of all this the most expensive is always personnel, if you do stuff yourself the cost is zero. Corporations however must always pay a salary, regardless if it is Sony or the distributor/producer who does.
And how about guarantee of uptime, should you use the same servers in US, EU and Asia?
Microsoft pushes for people to upgrade so they make what they can of it, sometimes their new versions actually stink more than the last one, but why let that stop you?