P2P File Sharing Appeal Attracts Diverse Group of Supporters

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 29, 2003

From the Electronic Frontier Foundation, this website on MGM v. Grokster:

  • “EFF is defending StreamCast Networks, the company behind the Morpheus P2P software, in this important lawsuit pending in federal court in Los Angeles. Twenty-eight of the world’s largest entertainment companies brought this lawsuit against the makers of the Morpheus, Grokster, and Kazaa software products, aiming to set a precedent to use against other technology companies (P2P and otherwise).”
  • The site provides links to the full-text of the Ninth Circuit Appeal Documents and the District Court Documents.
  • Posted in Copyright, Courts

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