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File Sharing Woman Sued By Studios

IMDB has a blurb about the latest in a long strong of lawsuits over file sharing. Disney, New Line Cinema, and Universal Studios sued an Oregon woman over her alleged sharing of "National Treasure," "Elf," and "Meet the Fockers."

If she did what she is accused of, she should be applauded. She saved countless people from having to pay to turn off "National Treasure" after 5 minutes. --Terrence Ryan

Posted by on November 3, 2005 1:10 AM
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