In this tidbit/web news, Matt and Mike discuss the difference between Peer-To-Peer(P2P) and Centralized cloud computing methods. Recently the difference between these two cloud computing methods has been brought up due to all the data that we process inside of centralized datacenters that are often owned by large corporations like Facebook and Google. With that, there is cause for concern as to what is happening to that data and how/where it is stored. There is also the concern that most of the software used by larger companies, Facebook for example, is not open source - so it is difficult (or sometimes impossible) to tell exactly what Facebook's software is doing without that source code being available publicly for experts to analyze.

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