It wasn’t until a Web site carrying confidential deposition transcripts had recorded more than a million “hits” that attorneys for Bob Dylan and Sony Records caught on to the fact that there was a problem.

Mr. Dylan and his record company had been unsuccessfully sued by a New Jersey man who alleged that Mr. Dylan had stolen lyrics from him. Damiano v. Sony Music Entertainment Inc. and Bob Dylan, 975 F. Supp. 623 (1996).

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