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AOL cuts telecom deal, hit with suit for pirated music

America Online makes a deal that carries it further into telecommunications territory, while in Germany a court finds the company liable for allowing people to swap pirated music files on its service.

 

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America Online makes a deal that carries it further into telecommunications territory, while in Germany a court finds the company liable for allowing people to swap pirated music files on its service.

"The future is much more than just bytes and bandwidth, Web sites or streaming videos. The separate are fusing into one."

- Steve Case, AOL chief executive

 


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