In answer to your question this is probably the best excerpt:
First, Dr. Horowitz has not opined on the parties’ state of mind, but rather has provided
information on the design and functionality of the LimeWire program. See, e.g., Horowitz
Report 56 (“Although Lime Wire LLC professes to be agnostic about what files are transferred
using LimeWire, LimeWire’s feature set is optimized for downloading popular audio files.”); id.
57 (noting that the design of LW’s “user interface” supports the download of music files); id.
66 (opining that the use of a “Classic Rock” genre category has the effect of generating search
results containing unauthorized works); id. 70 (discussing that some of LimeWire’s features are
“potentially confusing” to users).
I guess what I'm really not getting is, if Joe Schmo gets caught using his 1979 Impala to haul illegal copies of Free Willy DVDs, will the RIAA/MPAA sue Chevrolet?
GRANTS Plaintiffs’ motions for summary judgment on the claims against Gorton and Lime
Group for inducement of copyright infringement, common law infringement, and unfair
It's about the intention of the company. If GM was marketing cars on the sole basis of "This car has so much boot space you can haul illegal DVD's to sell" then the money grubbing associations might be entitled to get annoyed