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JSON.NET

https://www.newtonsoft.com/json
Copyright (c) 2007 James Newton-King
License: MIT

HttpMultipartParser

https://github.com/Vodurden/Http-Multipart-Data-Parser
Copyright (c) 2013 Jake Woods
License: MIT

MP3Sharp

https://github.com/Nihlus/MP3Sharp
MP3Sharp is a port of JavaLayer, a MP3 decoder written by JavaZoom and released under the LGPL. JavaLayer was initially ported to C# by Robert Burke, in what he modestly describes as a ‘half day project’. tekHedd added some significant speed optimizations.
License: LGPL 3.0

OkHttp

http://square.github.io/okhttp/
Copyright 2016 Square, Inc.
License: Apache 2.0

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