Case could set boundaries for internet file sharing

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John121

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At issue is whether file-sharing services offered by companies such as Grokster and StreamCast Networks Inc. violate federal copyright laws.

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I dont think this is going to do a thing. All this will start is underground downloading. Its going to make things worst. Why cant they just face the facts and know that everyone wont get material legally.
 

John121

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But really BrianFast and anyone else.. I mean common.. This isnt gonna limit people from getting something illegal or what ever they want just by adding a few rules.. Its gonna piss people off and start a big controversy. Entertainment Industry wasnt hurt before file sharing and wont be after..

After all.. I thought SHARING was good? :cool:
 

MadGangsta

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Lol, this is all Napster's fault heh heh j/k .. Yeah I thought sharing was good, and besides whats the point in buying like 5 cds when you only want 10 songs?
 
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