Federal Court Decision Raises Questions About Need for New Making Available Right
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for the layman?
I (a layman in these regards) wish I knew what all that meant in terms of file sharers.
My take and it may be wrong is they are saying that any time you send a song over the internet they want to get paid as if you were playing it one the radio even if you just email it to some one.