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    Datafeed File Protection
    If I wanted to offer someone a datafeed, is there any thing I can do to protect it so only the intended person can use it? I don't want to offer something and have the person turn around and share it. At least something to make it harder to share.

    If not a technical deterrent I guess I could do a contract, not that that would stop someone either.

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    The main thing that would stop me from sharing it, is why do I want more competition. I would love to have a datafeed no one else does. And I would want to keep it that way.

    That being said why are you giving it to an affiliate you don't really trust?

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    I would be giving it to people I trust, they are not necessarily affiliates. But even when you think you can trust someone you want/need to protect yourself. Been screwed by people I called friend before.

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