Citing Monday's Supreme Court ruling as a "shot in the arm" in the fight against illegal file-sharing, the Recording Industry Association of America announced another round of lawsuits on Wednesday, this one naming 784 users of peer-to-peer networks.
According to the RIAA, the copyright-infringement suits filed in district courts from California to New York targeted users sharing files on P2P services including Kazaa, LimeWire and Grokster.
This comes at a time where 45 percent of students surveyed said they use their campus networks for file-sharing.
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