Later today the US music industry is calling an urgent meeting to discuss ways of protecting itself from cyber piracy, estimated to be costing the record giants around $300m (£183m) each year.
By Tim Kelly
| December 15, 1998 -- 15:30 GMT (07:30 PST)
| Topic: Networking
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