Court: RIAA Can't Subpoena ISP A federal appeals court rules that Internet service providers don't have to turn over the names of Internet clients suspected of illegally sharing music files. Overturning a lower court's ruling, the appeals court says current copyright law does not give the Recording Industry Association of America the authority to subpoena those names. Hear NPR's Neda Ulaby.
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Court: Music Industry Can't Subpoena ISPs

A federal appeals court rules that Internet service providers don't have to turn over the names of Internet clients suspected of illegally sharing music files. Overturning a lower court's ruling, the appeals court says current copyright law does not give the Recording Industry Association of America the authority to subpoena those names. Hear NPR's Neda Ulaby.