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Music publishers sue P2P companies

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 20 Nov 2001 13:09

National Music Publisher's Association (or NMPA) sued three P2P companies yesterday. In its lawsuit NMPA claims that Grokster, MusicCity and Consumer Enpowerment have violated its members' copyrights. Trade group is seeking maximum penalty of $150,000 of infringed work.
RIAA filed its own suit in October against FastTrack-based P2P providers.

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