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Cecilia Gonzalez downloaded more than 1,300 copyrighted songs on her computer using a file sharing network during a few weeks, and she kept them on her computer until she was caught. BMG Music, which owns the copyrights on many of the songs she downloaded, sued Gonzalez for copyright infringement of 30 of these songs. Gonzalez defended, arguing that her downloading of these copyrighted songs was lawful. Gonzalez’s position was that she was just sampling music to determine what she liked enough to buy at retail. She also defended by arguing that other persons were greater offenders than she was. Is Gonzalez liable for copyright infringement? BMG Music v. Gonzalez, 430 F. 3d 888, 2005 U. S. App. Lexis 26903 (United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 2005)


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