Dead Drops offline P2P file sharing network goes global

More than 1,200 physical locations allow people to share thumb drive files, and their lives, anonymously

What started as an expression of art by Berlin Artist Aram Bartholl to explore the relationship between the online and offline worlds, has caught on and become an enormous file sharing network based on thumb drives embedded in buildings and other objects.

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