Whether It Is Legal for Students to Share Music Online?
By now you may notice that there are many lawsuits about intellectual copyrights these days. For example, Recording Industry sued Napster (an online repository of downloadable music files) last December, alleging it had contributed to numerous copyright violations. In addition, a heavy-metal band Metallica and rapper Dr. Dre also filed their own suits against Napster. And now the industry is going after students over music sharing online. The controversial issue here is whether it is legal for those students to share music online since they are doing so not for profit, but for entertainment only. On the one hand, some people may feel that Matallica is a big name band that has made tons of money on their fans. So, who cares if they lose $.50 a disc on a few thousand discs--they've made millions, right? …
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