Internet Firms Resist Legal Assault on File Sharing

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The Recording Industry Association of America seeks subpoenas to force Internet service providers to release the identities of people swapping files online. But some providers fight back, saying that turning over the lists amounts to an invasion of privacy. Hear NPR's Susan Stone.



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