If you're online right now (Saturday) check out the Mavericks giant wave surfing contest. Mavericks is a wild surfing spot on the coast side of the San Francisco peninsula. I go walking there with my family pretty regularly. I'm not nuts enough to surf. The ustream folks really have the technology nailed.
Watch the video and see this entirely straightforward attack being carried out. There is clearly a huge issue here, and the fact the banks will claim that "PIN Authorised" means they have no liability means we should all shout loudly about it.
One of the key targets in the development of RIAs (Rich Internet Applications) is good performance. You can't provide a good user experience if your feature-rich application has poor performance. The question is how to measure the performance of a JavaFX application? How to find issues before the users of your application encounter them?
While Matthew's discussion is good (and the links are very useful), he misses the key point: that communities where one member has significantly more rights than all the rest tend to fail. If you must aggregate copyright, share rather than transfer, and aggregate in the hands of a community-controlled entity.