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Segment 7 (Download Crackdown) #731693

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 25, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The suggestion from songwriting Senator Orrin Hatch that the computers of music downloaders be destroyed noted.

(Los Angeles: Jen Rogers) The recording industry's plans to turn up the heat on individuals downloading music featured. [RIAA president Cary SHERMAN†- says action must be taken.] [Online music swapper Ken MACKIEWICZ†- says he is using what's available on line.] [Electronic Frontier Foundation Fred von LOHMANN†- doubts any money will go to the artists.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with high-tech legal analyst "Cybercrime" host Alex Wellen†. [WELLEN - says the recording industry can legally go to Verizon to get information about users under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; states the law is very clear about exchanging music.]

Brown, Aaron;
Rogers, Jen

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