Ass fights genie, 'Net fights damage

Gibbs, Mark
August 2000
Network World;08/07/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 32, p70
Trade Publication
Comments on whether Napster was guilty of copyright infringement when it allowed users to download copyrighted music free of charge. United States District Court Judge Marilyn Patel's ruling that Napster must stop distributing copyrighted material; Observation that Patel was simply censoring Napster rather than pursuing real copyright infringement; Lawsuit against Napster by the Recording Industry Association of America.


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