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CONGRESS SHOULD RESOLVE FILE-SHARING ISSUES, GROKSTER TELLS HIGH COURT MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

11 No. 16 ANIPLR 5Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

CONGRESS SHOULD RESOLVE FILE-SHARING ISSUES, GROKSTER TELLS HIGH COURT MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

11 No. 16 ANIPLR 5Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

11 No. 16 Andrews Intell. Prop. Litig. Rep. 5
Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter
*1 November 23, 2004
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CONGRESS SHOULD RESOLVE FILE-SHARING ISSUES, GROKSTER TELLS HIGH COURT

MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

Two companies that distribute file-sharing software say the U.S. Supreme Court should not review the 9th Circuit ruling that absolved them of copyright infringement liability because Congress, not a court, should decide how to balance the benefits of...
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