Downloading Copyrighted Stuff from the Internet: Stealing Or Fair Use?
At the click of a mouse, computer-savvy people can download all kinds of material—songs, movies, games, and software—from the Internet. But if what they're downloading is copyrighted, its use can be against the law. Author Sherri Mabry Gordon explains how file-sharing works as well as what's fair and what's not.
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