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Libraries facing music in CD accord

By Caroline Louise Cole
Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2004

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Public library directors across the suburbs north and west of Boston are setting up their own version of ''Let's Make A Deal' after dozens of duplicate compact discs landed on their doorsteps in mid-June, part of a $142 million settlement with the music industry in a federal class action lawsuit brought by attorneys general in 38 states, including Massachusetts. (Full Article: 851 Words)

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