P2P SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTORS NOT LIABLE FOR USERS' INFRINGING ACTS, 9TH CIR. RULES MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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P2P SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTORS NOT LIABLE FOR USERS' INFRINGING ACTS, 9TH CIR. RULES MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

22 No. 6 ANCOMPILR 2Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

P2P SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTORS NOT LIABLE FOR USERS' INFRINGING ACTS, 9TH CIR. RULES MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

22 No. 6 ANCOMPILR 2Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

22 No. 6 Andrews Computer & Internet Litig. Rep. 2
Andrews Computer and Internet Litigation Reporter
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P2P SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTORS NOT LIABLE FOR USERS' INFRINGING ACTS, 9TH CIR. RULES

MGM Studios v. Grokster Ltd.

Two companies that distribute software for sharing files over “peer-to-peer” computer networks are not liable for acts of copyright infringement committed by users of the software, the 9th Circuit has ruled.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. et al. v....
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