Kazaa Ordered to Stop Australian File Sharing
“A federal judge in Sydney, Australia on Monday ordered distributors of the popular file-swapping program Kazaa to alter the software, which millions have downloaded, so it can no longer be used for music piracy.
“Hailed as a victory by the recording industry that brought the suit, the decision has implications well beyond Australia, where Kazaa executives are based, because Kazaa’s users span the globe.”
Mike Corder. Court Orders Kazaa to Stop Pirates. WashingtonPost.com. Sept. 5, 2005.