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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A landmark ruling for the music industry and computer users who download songs illegally outlined; details given about the Minnesota case of Jammie Thomas.
(New York: Bill Weir) The music wars featured; details given about the fight that Thomas lost resulting in huge damages for her use of a music-sharing program. [Recording Industry Assn. of America Cary SHERMAN- outlines the industry position on prosecution.] [New York University media studies professor Aram SINNREICH- suggests the "carrot" would be more effective than the stick.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Weir, Bill
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