Grokster Case: Big Win For P2P File Sharing

Posted: Jul 2 2005, 12:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:10pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Grokster Case: Big Win For P2P File Sharing
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Andrew Kantor on USAToday analyses the Grokster Case and sees a big win for File Sharing in general despite Grokster loosing the case.

Grokster is held liable for file sharing of copyrighted material, because of their marketing encouraging piracy. File sharing itself is not the issue and is fine.
More details on USAToday (Thanks Ken).

Engadget also has a analyses of the Grokster case coming to the same conclusion.


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