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Downloaders Want Nothing for Money

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On April 13, 16 University of Pittsburgh students and 25 from Carnegie Mellon University were sued by a dozen record companies in federal court, charged with copyright violations for downloading thousands of songs from their school's super-fast Internet2 networks. What tunes were worth risking hefty fines? Here's a sample from the lawsuit:

"Ventura Highway" -- America

"Billie Jean" -- Michael Jackson

"I Just Died in Your Arms Tonight" -- Cutting Crew

"Any Way You Want It" -- Journey

"Take on Me" -- A-ha

"What a Feeling" -- Flashdance soundtrack

"Tainted Love" -- Soft Cell

"Foolish Games" -- Jewel

"What a Girl Wants" -- Christina Aguilera

"Hellbound" -- Pantera

"The Party Song" -- Blink-182

"When You Believe" and "Run to You" -- Whitney Houston

"Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2" -- Pink Floyd

"Money for Nothing" -- Dire Straits

"Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" -- Eurythmics

"I'm on Fire" -- Bruce Springsteen

"Crash Into Me" -- Dave Matthews Band

"Wanted Dead or Alive" -- Bon Jovi

"Zorba the Greek" -- Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass

Mulan (soundtrack)

 

"Four" -- Lit

 

"Forgotten" -- Linkin Park

 

"Farewell and Goodbye" -- Smashing Pumpkins

 

"You May Be Right" -- Billy Joel

 

"Jailhouse" -- Sublime

"Semi-Charmed Life" -- Third Eye Blind

"New Skin" -- Incubus

"Crash and Burn" -- Savage Garden

"I'm a Thug" -- Trick Daddy

"Time Warp" -- Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack

"Free Bird" -- Lynyrd Skynyrd

"Why Does It Hurt When I Pee" -- Frank Zappa

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