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Below are all news articles for March 2005

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Title: Mark Gorton of LimeWire Speaks

For someone whose business is under attack in the United States Supreme Court, Mark Gorton was remarkably serene last week, sprawled on a couch in his Manhattan office.

Mr. Gorton?s company, the Lime Group, publishes LimeWire, one of the most popular software programs used to trade music, video and other files over the Internet.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 107 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-28 08:33:22GMT

Title: Hollywood v. Silicon Valley: Supreme Court hears digital piracy case

WASHINGTON (AFP) - Hollywood and the music industry face off against the heavy hitters of the high-tech industry in a Supreme Court hearing seen as a crucial test of free use of technology and the battle against digital piracy.

Hollywood and the music industry face off against the heavy hitters of the high-tech industry in a Supreme Court hearing seen as a crucial test of free use of technology and the battle against digital piracy.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 106 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-27 23:35:09GMT

Title: Music Statistics from around the world

Read more to see Music downloading and sales figures from around the world. Global music sales stayed flat in 2004, according to IFPI. US and UK exhibited some growth, 2.8% and 4.5% respectively, but the rest of the world markets reported declines, balancing out the growth numbers. 47% of all music is sold in the US and UK.

Sales of physical formats (which includes CDs and cassette tapes) declined by 1.3% in value (and by 0.4% in units) to $33.6 bln. Music DVD sales rose 23% and have doubled their share of the world music market from 4% in 2002 to 8% in 2004 - with a value of $2.6 bln dollars. CD sales increased in 36 markets in volume terms in 2004, with positive performances in some major markets but also a growing switch from cassette to CDs in developing markets in Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 495 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-26 17:08:27GMT

Title: Grokster case may have large impact beyond P2P

 When the entertainment industry faces off against two peer-to-peer software vendors in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, nothing less than the future of technological innovation is at stake, according to some technology trade groups.

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Checked by: -=|Hellfire|=- Times Read: 470 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-25 23:21:08GMT

Title: Music pirates choose iPods over P2P

Article on using Ipods for file shareing, and the effect on other p2p shareing methods.

File sharing using Ipod is increasing. Many ex-downloaders using pc based shareing said they quit because they were getting too many viruses, pop-up ads and other PC problems as a result of their online music activity.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 135 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-25 21:01:42GMT

Title: File-sharing case worries Indie artists

MAR. 25 8:28 A.M. ET Recording industry executive Andy Gershon sees opportunity in the online file-sharing networks that most of his rivals decry as havens for music pirates. As president of V2 Records, home to such established acts as The White Stripes and Moby, Gershon mines such Internet distribution channels for new fans and revenues.

"The cat is so far out of the bag and so far gone that it?s pointless to keep fighting it," Gershon said. "I might as well make as many people fans of our music, whether they illegally download it or not."

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 480 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-25 21:01:15GMT

Title: Brouhaha Over Kazaa Means Nada

SYDNEY, Australia -- Millions of music lovers will soon know if the Kazaa file-sharing software will survive the recording industry?s legal assault on the technology in Australia?s federal court.

The case against Sharman Networks, maker of the Kazaa peer-to-peer software, is winding down. A decision in the case, which first made headlines in February last year when the music industry executed its controversial civil raids on the Sydney offices of the Australian software maker, is expected in May.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 173 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-25 20:50:50GMT

Title: Canada Plans P2P and file-sharing Crackdown

For over two years, Canadians have enjoyed a freedom their American brethren do not - the ability to download media files legally. In December of 2003, the Canadian Copyright Board ruled that download files off a P2P network is legal. However, the board stressed that uploading files was still an illegal act.

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Checked by: -=|Hellfire|=- Times Read: 143 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-24 23:10:49GMT

Title: Closing Arguments Made in Kazaa Trial

Kazaa told a court that the file-sharing company should not be liable for copyright infringement perpetrated by users of its network because Kazaa does not control how the software is used after download.

A group of Australian record labels filed suit against Sharman Networks, the makers of Kazaa, as well as the company?s directors.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 383 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-24 15:18:57GMT

Title: Rockers Flex BitTorrent's Muscle

With MTV and VH1 now crowded with programs like Date My Mom, The Ashlee Simpson Show and Celebrity Fit Club, there's little room for music videos, especially from independent artists.

That's why one up-and-coming group, the Decemberists, opted to release its new music video, Sixteen Military Wives, for free using BitTorrent. The high-quality video file has logged more than 1,700 downloads since it was released over the weekend.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 298 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-24 14:48:58GMT

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