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Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits

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Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits

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Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits

Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits

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Music and film industry groups announce another round of lawsuits filed against computer users suspected of trading music and movies online without permission. Their latest targets are users of a technology called i2hub on the service Internet2, which primarily connects college campuses.

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