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RIAA takes new shots at Internet2 swappers

Group files lawsuits against people at 33 campuses accused of using the high-speed network to swap files.

The Recording Industry Association of America filed lawsuits against people at 33 university campuses accused of using the high-speed Internet2 network to swap music files, the group said Thursday. The actions follow a first set of lawsuits focusing on this network last month.

The group also said it had filed an additional 649 lawsuits against people making music files available on traditional file-swapping networks.