Kazaa makers settle piracy suits

Thursday, 27 July 2006, 7:20 PM EST

The company that produced software called Kazaa, which made it simple for millions of computer users to download music and movies over the Internet, has agreed to pay more than $115 million to the entertainment industry to settle global piracy lawsuits, the industry said Thursday.

At Wired.

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