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iMesh Ltd.

iMesh is a free program and service that helps users find their favorite content over the Internet. iMesh Ltd. is attempting to provide a perfectly legal distribution channel for its user base by entering into distribution agreements with copyright holders. This makes it easier for its users to locate and obtain their desired files (photos, source files, homework, or home made videos, etc.).

The company's Legal Notice doesn't pull any punches about its software's complete lack of privacy protection or security features, going as far to suggest that users are placing themselves at an unusually high level of risk by using the software.

Date Listed: 01/27/2001

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