The Sunday Business Post adds:
Lawyers began their final arguments today in a landmark music piracy case against global file-sharing giant Kazaa.
A group of Australian record labels is suing the makers of Kazaa, Sharman Networks Ltd, and the company’s directors in the Federal Court in Sydney for copyright infringements by the network’s estimated 100 million members worldwide.
Prior post: Kazaa's Assets Frozen in Australia (Mar. 7, 2005).
Closing arguments from both sides of the case are expected to wrap up tomorrow and a final decision is expected in four to six weeks.
The trial is being heard by a judge without a jury.
Update: More at Yahoo! News (AP).