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Harvard Law Professor Says P2P Filesharing is "Fair Use", Will Defend Accused File-Swapper in Court

Wholesale copying of music on P2P networks is fair use. Statutory damages can't be applied to P2P users. File-swapping results in no provable harm to rightsholders.

These are just some of the assertions that Harvard Law professor Charles Nesson made last week in his defense of accused file-swapper Joel Tenenbaum…

Read full story: Ars Technica

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