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file-trading

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Judge: making files available to file-trading network is illegal

For the second time, a judge has ruled that it's copyright infringement to post songs you ripped from your own CD to a file trading network.

By August 28, 2007

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Photo: File-trading fellowship

Snocap's Shawn Fanning, Ali Aydar and Jordan Mendelson aim to transform peer-to-peer networks into authorized distribution channel for music.

December 6, 2004

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Judge slows MPAA file-trading suits

A California judge says the movie studios have improperly bundled too many separate cases together.

By November 24, 2004

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RIAA steps up file-trading suits

The Recording Industry Association of America files 531 new copyright suits against alleged music swappers.

By February 17, 2004

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RIAA sues iMesh file-trading firm

The Recording Industry Association of America says it had sued the Israeli file-swapping company, one of the oldest of the peer-to-peer companies still in operation.

By September 19, 2003

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RIAA seeks to alter file-trading culture

The recording industry's first wave of lawsuits against alleged music pirates is changing the legal landscape--but can it manage to crush interest in file trading?

By September 10, 2003

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Court blocks some file-trading subpoenas

A Massachusetts court blocks recording industry subpoenas that are aimed at college song swappers, saying two universities are not immediately required to give student identities.

By August 8, 2003

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FTC warns about file trading, spyware

The Federal Trade Commission issues a brief consumer warning about potential privacy concerns surrounding file-swapping software and spyware.

By July 30, 2003

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RIAA turns up heat on file-trading at work

Pressure is building on companies to crack down on peer-to-peer software use by employees, as record labels and other copyright holders warn of the potential legal liability.

By March 18, 2003

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Freenet keeps file-trading flame burning

A new version of the Freenet software, a program based around wholly anonymous Net publishing and distribution, is due out Monday after long silence from its developer community.

By October 28, 2002