Grokster Ruling: What's Next?

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The U.S. Supreme Court rules that Internet file-sharing services such as Grokster should be held accountable for what users do with the material they download. The ruling sets the stage for a battle over billions in "piracy" losses claimed by the music and movie industries. Tech expert Mario Armstrong and Farai Chideya discuss the details.

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