Russia throws out net piracy case

Thursday, 16 August 2007, 12:18 AM EST

A former owner of Russia's music website Allofmp3.com who sold cut-price downloads of Western music has been acquitted of copyright offences.

A court in Moscow ruled that Denis Kvasov and his site had operated within the bounds of Russian law. The site was attracting millions of customers before it was shut in June - under pressure from US music firms.

At the BBC.

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