Down-and-Out in Download Land

Friday, May 02, 2003

Would-be down-loaders of music files are now being greeted with messages that they are violating copyright laws. It's the latest tactic in the record industry's campaign against file-sharing. And it comes amidst a changing legal landscape. New York Times reporter Amy Harmon talks with Bob about a recent case in which college students were sued by the Recording Industry Association of America for running on-campus file swapping services.

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