EMI caught using Rapidshare after calling it a piracy haven

EMI caught using Rapidshare after calling it a piracy haven.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/12/7pjEcC.jpg[/newsimage]Michael Robertson, founder and former CEO of several startups including MP3.com and MP3Tunes, claims to have discovered evidence that major record label and staunch antipiracy advocate EMI is engaging in some hypocritical behavior that defies the company’s very public denouncement of file-sharing services.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/emi-caught-using-rapidshare-after-they-call-it-a-piracy-haven-37330/](http://www.myce.com/news/emi-caught-using-rapidshare-after-they-call-it-a-piracy-haven-37330/)


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So, If they get Rapidshare shut down, how will they distribute their files to get the songs to go “viral”?

More evidence these guys are really stupid. Use legal department to remove marketing department’s distribution network.

Corporate management at it’s finest.

It always amuses me, but doesn’t surprise me when these industry corporations get caught using the same exact services that they condemn. What a bunch of hypocrites.

[QUOTE=Drum;2561045]So, If they get Rapidshare shut down, how will they distribute their files to get the songs to go “viral”?

More evidence these guys are really stupid. Use legal department to remove marketing department’s distribution network.

Corporate management at it’s finest.[/QUOTE]

You missed the last step.

Blame piracy when sales decline even more after the legal department cripples the marketing department.