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Grokster Ltd., a leading developer of Internet file-sharing software popular for stealing songs and movies online, agreed today to shut down operations to settle a landmark piracy case filed by Hollywood and the music industry. The surprise settlement permanently bans Grokster from participating directly or indirectly in the theft of copyrighted files and requires the company to stop giving away its software. Settlement details were to be disclosed to a federal judge later in the day in Los Angeles.
I suppose that the "great" american legal system will now permit parties agrieved by drivers driving a vehicle in an illegal manner to sue the vehicle makers and dealers.
Or better yet allow families who have lost family members by death from gunshot to sue the makers, gunshops etc who caused the killer to buy the weapon.