P2P Foundation

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P2P Foundation: The Foundation for Peer to Peer Alternatives is an organization with the aim of studying the impact of peer to peer technology and thought on society. It was founded by Michel Bauwens.[1]

The P2P Foundation is a registered institute founded in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Its local registered name is: Stichting Peer to Peer Alternatives, dossier nr: 34264847.[2]

Its Choke Point Project aims to map the entire internet. It won the Golden Nica award for "The Next Idea" 2011.[3]

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  1. ^ "An interview with Michel Bauwens founder of Foundation for P2P Alternatives". www.furtherfield.org. 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
  2. ^ https://openkvk.nl/34264847
  3. ^ Kat Austen. Ars Electronica celebrates subversion , New Scientist, CultureLab, 5 September 2011

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