RIAA Files New Copyright Infringement Lawsuits Against 754 Illegal File Sharers

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Music and Movies

 

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Rose O

 

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January 8, 2013

 

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University

 

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A share of this wave of lawsuits was brought against users of university computer networks. Twenty individual file sharers at the following schools were sued today: Columbia University (New York), Old Dominion University, the State University of West Georgia, the University of Pennsylvania, Westchester University and Widener University (Pennsylvania)...
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Twenty individual file sharers at the following schools were sued today: Columbia University (New York), Old Dominion University, the State University of West Georgia, the University of Pennsylvania, Westchester University and Widener University (Pennsylvania). Highlighting new research from Ipsos-Insight and Jupiter Media, which continue to document the increasing awareness and growing popularity of legal online music services, Cary Sherman, the RIAA's President, said that "enforcement online or on the street is always a means to an end -- helping foster business environments where legitimate commerce can take route and flourish, while creators can earn their fair share...
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