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Round two begins in file-sharing case

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MINNEAPOLIS -- A representative of Sony Entertainment told a jury Monday that the online pirating of songs has cost the music industry billions of dollars and thousands of jobs and has made it more difficult to nurture new artists.

But defense attorneys representing Jammie Thomas-Rasset, who is accused of illegally downloading and distributing music on a peer-to-peer file sharing network, said there is no evidence their client did anything illegal.

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