Proposed 'Induce Act' Could Outlaw iPods Day to Day technology reporter Xeni Jardin talks about a new U.S. Senate bill, the so-called "Induce Act," that could outlaw devices such as iPod portable music players and other technologies that critics say "intentionally induce" copyright infringement.
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Proposed 'Induce Act' Could Outlaw iPods

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Proposed 'Induce Act' Could Outlaw iPods

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Day to Day technology reporter Xeni Jardin talks about a new U.S. Senate bill, the so-called "Induce Act," that could outlaw devices such as iPod portable music players and other technologies that critics say "intentionally induce" copyright infringement.