A corporate jargon term for individual interactions on the same culture/power/economic/social level. Originally applied to computer networking on a computer level as opposed to a computer-server level.

Occasionally abbreviated as "P2P" and parallels "B2B" (business to business) usually on a separate, lower power level.
When the "Clu" and 'programs' battled the "Master Control Program" in the film Tron, the programs' collaboration is an example of peer-to-peer interaction.
by Hapto October 23, 2007

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