Judge mulls Kazaa parent's status

Marlowe, Chris
November 2002
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/26/2002, Vol. 376 Issue 13, p108
Reports on a hearing held in Los Angeles District Court in California to decide the applicability of U.S. laws to Sharman Networks Ltd., parent company of file-swapping service Kazaa. Location of the headquarters of Sharman Networks Ltd.; Efforts of the record companies to convince the court.


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