Kazaa encourages piracy, court told

Monday, 29 November 2004, 2:26 PM EST

The developers of file-swapping technology Kazaa produced the biggest music piracy system ever seen, the Federal Court has been told.

At the start of a trial over the legality of Kazaa software, the court was told today that Kazaa had 100 million users worldwide, sharing three billion music files a month.

At The Age.

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