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December 01, 2004
Where to Watch the KaZaA TrialEmail This EntryPrint This Entry
Posted by Donna Wentworth

If, unlike me, you have the (metaphorical) bandwidth: the APC Magazine's KazaaGate blog, which promises "whispers from the court gallery of the world's-biggest-copyright-case for the Internet's most-downloaded-program-in-history...and other hyperbole, nonsense and mischief."




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The Music Industries Star Witness In Their Case Against Kazaa from Copyfutures As Scott Ford posted earlier, music companies suing Kazaa contend that Kazaa was able to track users that were sharing copyrightinfringed material and were able to stop them from sharing. The music industries contention is based on a label on [Read More]

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