Students to Pay Penalties in File-Sharing Case

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Four college students agree to pay up to $17,500 each to settle lawsuits brought against each of them by the Recording Industry Association of America. They allegedly ran campus file-sharing networks that promoted unauthorized song-swapping. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.



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