Illegal Online Music Swapping Hits All-Time High After four years of a record industry war on illegal file-sharing, more people than ever are flouting the rules and swapping music online. The Recording Industry Association of America is trying various tactics to end the practice. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.
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Illegal Online Music Swapping Hits All-Time High

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Illegal Online Music Swapping Hits All-Time High

Illegal Online Music Swapping Hits All-Time High

Illegal Online Music Swapping Hits All-Time High

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After four years of a record industry war on illegal file-sharing, more people than ever are flouting the rules and swapping music online. The Recording Industry Association of America is trying various tactics to end the practice. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.