RIAA Settling Suit Against Internet Illiterate Parent's Children

(AP) Lawyers have reached a tentative settlement in a music piracy lawsuit filed by the recording industry against the children of one of its best-known opponents, both sides said Friday.

Once the settlement is finalized, it would end a long battle between the industry and the family of Patti Santangelo, who was sued in 2005 for pirating music through file-sharing computer networks.

Santangelo, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., denied the charge, saying she couldn't have downloaded or distributed music because she didn't know how. A federal judge described her as an "Internet-illiterate parent, who does not know Kazaa from kazoo." - more on this story

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