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Peer-to-Peer Live Streaming. Philip Frey Thomas Locher Remo Meier Stefan Schmid Prof. Dr. Roger Wattenhofer Distributed Computing Group, ETH Zurich. Meeting with University of St. Gallen, FIR-HSG September 20, 2006. Goals of StreamTorrent.

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peer to peer live streaming
Peer-to-Peer Live Streaming

Philip Frey

Thomas Locher

Remo Meier

Stefan Schmid

Prof. Dr. Roger Wattenhofer

Distributed Computing Group, ETH Zurich

Meeting with University of St. Gallen, FIR-HSG

September 20, 2006

goals of streamtorrent
Goals of StreamTorrent
  • Users can publish own streams over our infrastructure
    • Sport events, DJs, VJs, etc.
    • Can be searched and downloaded by other users.
  • Offering own streams? TV-shows? Movies?
    • Collaboration possible?
    • Similar to Zattoo?
  • Features:
    • Scalable to thousands of users.
    • Resilient against malicious users, churn, ...
    • Peer-to-peer, no dedicated servers needed.
    • Streams available everywhere in the world (behind firewalls, NATs, etc.).
    • “Pause Button”, (Programmable) Recording (like VCR!), …

Remo Meier and Stefan Schmid @ HSG Meeting, 2006

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Remo Meier and Stefan Schmid @ HSG Meeting, 2006

from computer science to law
From Computer Science to Law…
  • Having solved the technical problems, we have to learn about the law!
  • Sample Questions:
    • Are we responsible for contents streamed on our StreamTorrent infrastructure / with our software?
    • Are uploading peers responsible for the contents?
    • What contracts are possible with TV stations? E.g., streaming SF2 to the U.S.? (License?)
    • Separating protocol, player, and web sites?
    • Switzerland vs. Europe vs. World?
    • Other legal threats? Is it realistic at all? Tendency in future?

=> Cooperation with HSG, e.g., a master thesis?

Remo Meier and Stefan Schmid @ HSG Meeting, 2006

thank you
Thank you.

Thank you for your attention!

Remo Meier and Stefan Schmid @ HSG Meeting, 2006