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Re: [dvd-discuss] A victory for the file sharing movement




I'm glad you used the tinyurl


http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/CACD/RecentPubOp.nsf/bb61c530eab0911c882567cf005ac6f9/b0f0403ea8d6075e88256d13005c0fdd/$FILE/CV01-08541SVW.pdf

would be tough to cut and paste  even if BLOATUS NOTUS weren't braindead.

this is an interesting quote-
"Kleinrock's conclusion that Defendants materially facilitate the
alleged infringement, (see id. 3(b)), is in the nature of a legal
conclusion and reserved to the Court."

Kleinrock doesn't need the money. Why is he helping the "P"s?


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At 04:05 PM 4/25/2003 -0700, Michael A Rolenz wrote:

It would be interesting to see the whole opinion


http://tinyurl.com/acgi


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