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Piracy

Submission + - Judge Refuses to Shut Down Online Market for Used MP3s

wiedzmin writes: Last year Capitol tried to shut down ReDigi, a revolutionary used MP3 trading service, with it subsequently filing an opposition to the injunction and even Google joining the fray in ReDigi's support. It appears that ReDigi has won this round, with a New York judge refusing to shatter the service on Monday. The case will now go to trial where Capitol will attempt to prove its allegations that ReDigi facilitates copyright infringement and is not protected by the first-sale doctrine.

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