These other sites have created problems for more than just the music industry. By providing this "file-sharing" capability, users are now able to share not only music, but also movies, pictures, and written text. Now, instead of only the music industry losing revenue on its intellectual property, the Motion Picture Association of America, various publishers, and artists are losing revenue.
While the rise of swapping networks has further fueled ongoing debates about intellectual property rights and copyright infringement, the Recording Industry of America is making a counter-attack against these sites. First, it is trying to educate the public about what it feels are inappropriate uses of such technology that amount to stealing from artists and producing companies. Second, it is taking some of these entities to court for infringement of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Third, it is negotiating with existing companies and startups to change or modify their ways, offering alternatives that include compensation to artists.
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