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  • A victory for digital content marketers

    Even with Supreme Court’s ruling against freebie Grokster, piracy of digital entertainment products like copyrighted music and movies will undoubtedly continue, especially by overseas-based file-sharing networks. But it’s time for legitimate media companies to call the battle against illegal file-sharing a victory and move on to more aggressive retail sales of digital products, experts say.

    Posted 08/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Even with Supreme Court’s ruling against freebie Grokster, piracy of digital entertainment products like copyrighted music and movies will undoubtedly continue, especially by overseas-based file-sharing networks. But it’s time for legitimate media companies to call the battle against illegal…
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    Supreme Court’s Grokster ruling puts new focus on digital media sales

    Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that free-file-sharing network Grokster can be sued for infringement of copyrights, legitimate content providers should move beyond piracy concerns to promote sales of digital media, Forrester Research says.

    Posted 06/28/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that free-file-sharing network Grokster can be sued for infringement of copyrights, legitimate content providers should move beyond piracy concerns to promote sales of digital media, Forrester Research says.
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