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That's why I'm looking into IPFS(https://ipfs.io) as part of my infrastructure. How that would look then, with IPFS...

> "So what you're saying is, your computers cannot possibly not continue damaging the plaintiff's interests." "That's correct."

> "You're being honest with me." "Yes, your Honor."

> "Will the computers continue harming the plaintiff's interests if shut off?" "No it wouldn't, your Honor.".....

And suddenly things like NPM can transfer the data to other machines, and those machines themselves can also provide to others. Deletions are impossible if people still want the content.

And IPFS guarantees that if a single node has the data, then any node can download it and also be part of the cloud that provides the data. Once it's out, it's impossible to retract.




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