Harvard law professor fires back at RIAA


A Harvard Law School professor has launched a constitutional assault against a federal copyright law at the heart of the music industry's aggressive anti-piracy campaign, which has wrung payments from thousands of online song-swappers -- including many college students -- since 2003.


The professor, Charles Nesson, has come to the defense of a Boston University graduate student targeted in one of the music industry's many lawsuits. By taking on the case,

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