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March 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
A federal judge in Australia rejected a request by the company behind Kazaa to bar the major record companies from using evidence seized last month in a dozen court-sanctioned raids in their copyright infringement lawsuit against the file-swapping giant. Lawyers for Sharman Networks Ltd. of Vanuatu, which distributes the Kazaa software, said they wanted to study the 23-page ruling before commenting. An appeal is possible.
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March 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
A federal judge in Australia rejected a request by the company behind Kazaa to bar the major record companies from using evidence seized last month in a dozen court-sanctioned raids in their copyright infringement lawsuit against the file-swapping giant. Lawyers for Sharman Networks Ltd. of Vanuatu, which distributes the Kazaa software, said they wanted to study the 23-page ruling before commenting. An appeal is possible.
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January 28, 2003 | Jon Healey, Times Staff Writer
Dramatically raising the stakes in the battle over online piracy, the company behind the world's most popular file-sharing service accused the major record labels and Hollywood studios of misusing copyrights and attempting to monopolize the market for digital music and movies. The move by Sharman Networks, which distributes the Kazaa software, came less than two weeks after U.S. District Judge Stephen V.
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January 28, 2003 | Jon Healey, Times Staff Writer
Dramatically raising the stakes in the battle over online piracy, the company behind the world's most popular file-sharing service accused the major record labels and Hollywood studios of misusing copyrights and attempting to monopolize the market for digital music and movies. The move by Sharman Networks, which distributes the Kazaa software, came less than two weeks after U.S. District Judge Stephen V.
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January 11, 2003 | Jon Healey
A federal judge refused to dismiss a copyright-infringement lawsuit by the major Hollywood studios and record companies against Sharman Networks Ltd., distributor of the popular Kazaa software for online file-sharing. Sharman, based in the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, argued that it could not be sued in the United States. But U.S. District Judge Stephen V.
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June 4, 2002 | Jon Healey
A federal judge took several steps Monday to focus the music and movie industries' lawsuit against online file-sharing networks Morpheus, Kazaa and Grokster. Meanwhile, lawyers for the plaintiffs said they intended to expand the lawsuit to cover the two principal figures in Kazaa--Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis--as well as Sharman Networks, the company distributing Kazaa's software. U.S. District Judge Stephen V.
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January 11, 2003 | Jon Healey
A federal judge refused to dismiss a copyright-infringement lawsuit by the major Hollywood studios and record companies against Sharman Networks Ltd., distributor of the popular Kazaa software for online file-sharing. Sharman, based in the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, argued that it could not be sued in the United States. But U.S. District Judge Stephen V.
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