Recording Industry Sues 'Next Napster' Companies

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SAN FRANCISCO — Major music labels and movie studios moved to protect their products Wednesday, suing for copyright infringement the makers and distributors of a Napster stepchild program that lets users freely trade pirated music, movies and software on the Internet.

Plaintiffs including MGM Studios, Columbia Pictures, and the Sony Corp.

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