Hollywood Ready for P2P Showdown

The entertainment industry has rounded up dozens of allies to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to hold internet file-trading services responsible when users copy songs and movies without permission.
The U.S. government, 40 states and territories, and outside groups from the National Football League to the Christian Coalition of America asked the Supreme Court on Monday to hold services like Grokster and Morpheus accountable for the millions of copyright files traded over their networks.
Wired News: Hollywood Ready for P2P Showdown

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