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A fresh coat of gleam covers the gums as the introductions go round, the bows going semi-deep.But when it comes to the last man, a great panic shakes through the Y group. Like a rich girl in the wrong neighborhood, the lead agent from Yahoo clutches the rope around his neck.Stately seagoing tubs rented to Black Berry, LG, Philips, Cisco Systems, Siemens, Toshiba, and other firms of varying size and ambition bob in one another's faint wakes. If you were to scan the group on this yacht (rented by the P. A./mobile-phone producer I-Mate, which, like Motorola, has signed a deal to pre-package its models with Skype) and then guess who is responsible for all the noise in Cannes, you would be forgiven for choosing the violinists.Over in the corner, a linguistic tiff continues."Danish is bastardized Swedish," says Zennström, who is from Sweden."Yes, well, Swedish is a derivative of Danish," says Friis, from Denmark.
The yacht yaws to port as the group saws into a number that no one can understand. The boat sits on yacht row, made up here for the 3GSM World Congress.But people who know about these things believe that nearly all phone calls will soon run over the Internet, even cellular calls, and that little, 140-employee Skype will force the world's telephone giants to accept the new religion or be soundly routed—and probably both.Skype calls transmit as clearly as regular calls, and, you see, they are free.But Zennström, 39 (married, no kids), and Friis, 29 (single), couldn't enjoy the moment.In October 2001, the member companies of the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America filed suit against Kazaa, claiming the company was party to the straight theft of copyrighted material.