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Friday, June 30, 2006

One Year Post-Grokster, File Sharing Still Thriving

AP's Alex Veiga cuts through the post-Grokster decision spin and notes that "[a]lthough the threat of litigation did force the operators of BearShare, WinMX and i2Hub to shut down, the number of people using file-sharing services has gone up." The average number of simulaneous file sharing users is up 1.1 million from last year.

More on the one year anniversary of MGM v. Grokster:

File-Sharing Still Thrives After Ruling | digg story

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