A group founded by several major media and technology companies plans to promote the web as a place for consumers to get songs, television shows, and movies without resorting to piracy, Reuters reports. Organizers of the group, which is called Arts+Labs, are touting it as the first time technology companies and content creators have met in a room--instead of fighting in court. In recent years, the two sides and consumer advocates have waged numerous legal battles dealing with the rights of artists, distributors, and users on the web. "I just like this approach a whole lot better," said Rick Carnes,...

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