IFPI sues 24 P2P users in Denmark with more countries next

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 Just when most  thought lawsuits for file sharing were mainly limited to the US, more and  more are springing up throughout Europe; particularly in  Denmark.  The International...
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OMG ONLY 700 Million Music Files! I’ll starve to death :stuck_out_tongue:

WTF does the Phonographic Industry have to do with music piracy, they should stick to what there description.fu&&ken idiots Im pirating now what are u going to do about it !!! :d

If these guys ever came to me and said I was sharing files illegally I would ask them to prove it. Then when they say “we have tracked your IP address doing blah blah blah…” I would say " Well it wasn’t me, someone must have been ‘spoofing’ my address. These guys won’t be able to come into my house and check my hard drive to see if I really have these files or not and if they do or i thought they might then a secure wipe of my drive would do the job. So stop worrying. These fools can’t touch us.

[edited by Andareed on 09.06.2004 15:19]

Phonograph -> record -> compact disc

they keep on banging on about P2P causing ‘massive slide in music sales’ don’t they ever think that it might be something to do with the fact that all new PC’s now days come with cd writers and that people are just doing straight copy’s from there friends cd’s ?