A few hours before jury selection in a high-profile Boston copyright infringement case involving music downloading, U.S. District Judge Nancy Gertner shot down one of the defense team’s key legal theories.

In Capital Records Inc. v. Alaujan, several record companies and the Recording Industry Association of America are suing college students in the District of Massachusetts for making illegal Internet music downloads.

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