Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits 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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Entertainment Industry Files More Piracy Lawsuits

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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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