Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on File Sharing

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The Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday on computer file-sharing programs in a copyright case brought by movie studios and record companies who want to hold distributors of the programs Grokster and Morpheus accountable for piracy committed by their users. Michele Norris talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Jon Healey.



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