MP3.com Lawsuit

Ten record companies have filed suit against MP3.com, the on-line digital music source, for allegedly violating copyrights. Two new services offered by MP3.com allow subscribers to store music at the site they've purchased and then listen to it later on their portable MP3 players. Record companies charge MP3.com violates copyright by copying the music itself and then storing it — as opposed to the consumer making a copy. NPR's Rick Karr reports.

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