January 24, 2001 11:36am
Nasty Napster Had to Happen
by: Company Press Release
(LA MESA, CA) -- FTL Communications announces the launch of its new high tech image sharing web site. The peer-to-peer network is designed to allow the distribution of photos (jpg, bmp, png) and movies (avi, mpg) over the Internet.
Pictures On Request Network (P.O.R.N.) www.picturesonrequestnetwork.com is entirely decentralized. Simply meaning that there is no person, computer, company or organization in control. P.O.R.N. makes use of intelligent routing and caching, routing requests more efficiently and gets the high-speed data moved via the users command.
The software was designed to the highest standards of web technology. In addition to meeting these standards P.O.R.N. has state of the art secure servers for all transactions.
100% of all the files are kept on peer servers, so there is a real potential to have the World's largest database of adult movies and images at Internet speed. With every conceivable category probable.
Roger Williams V.P. of P.O.R.N. said, " from watching events at Napster and Gnutella we know that there will be misuse and abuse of our soft ware. We will not tolerate any criminal content being traded with our knowledge. We have taken a proactive posture and have a reporting link on our network and will give complete cooperation to law enforcement and child rights organizations".
This new adult image file sharing software will change the exchange of adult image viewing, as we know it today. The amount of content is unlimited and cost of viewing now is not even a consideration. The download of movies is only limited by the size of the users hard drive.
P.O.R.N. is located near San Diego California. The company will provide 24-hour customer service and a lifetime guarantee on its popular software. For additional information on FTL Communications, PICTURES ON REQUEST NETWORK, or www.nastynapster.com call 619-667-7954.