Italy Accidentally Legalizes P2P MP3s

So a new Italian copyright law allows 'degraded' audio files to be shared via p2p for informational purposes. Well, mp3 files are considered 'degraded' since they are "compressed with an algorithm that implies quality loss". What does this mean for us Americans? We have no idea. But it sounds exciting. One step closer to freedom of file sharing. More details over at Slashdot.

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