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10/19/2019
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Entertainment Biz Preps for Day in Court - The issue before the Supreme Court is whether two companies that operated, and continue to operate, "decentralized" P2P file-sharing networks should be liable for the copyright-infringing activities of their users, who have shared more than 8 million unauthorized music and movie files. While the technology is capable of lawful use -- sharing files of public-domain works and copyrighted works provided with the owners‘ permission -- the evidence suggests that more than 90% of the copyrighted works on these networks were not authorized to be shared.


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