Judge rejects RIAA claim about shared folders

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I just posted the article Judge rejects RIAA claim about shared folders.

In an Arizona court case of Atlantic v. Howell, that involves an alleged illegal file sharer, the RIAA claimed that the ripping of a sound recording to any kind of shared folder results in this…

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#2

Allow me to be the first. Hahahahahahaha. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAhahahahah. A judge actually did the right thing and the media-nazis lost one. Gotta love it. This is great news. :S :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#3

The RIAA got shafted on this one. How many more preposterous claims will they make about file sharers ?


#4

I’d like to say I’m illegally downloading music right now, but that would be a lie. I’m illegally downloading a movie right now. DVD rip of “Book of Secrets”. :slight_smile:


#5

u naughty people u should go and pay the silly money for music and films required for w****rs to drive round in sports cars have sillyb amounts of money and big houses that could accomodate 20 people come people cough up :r


#6

This is a perfect example of what happens when you fall behind on your justice compensation. The RIAA needs to keep up with those payments or they can expect more judgements against them. The legal system does not work for free.