Music sharing services to start lobby, defend the rights of P2P

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I just posted the article Music sharing services to start lobby, defend the rights of P2P.

GristyMcFisty informs us that proprietors of free online music and file-sharing services, such as Grokster and several other unnamed services, are coming to Washington to defend…

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“The problem is that legislators have just been pumped full of so much misinformation,” Rosso said. “They think that we’re all back-alley smut peddlers and identity thieves, and that’s just not the case.” Really? Thats what I always thought it was too?? :g


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http://www.eff.org/IP/P2P/music-to-our-ears.php Boycott the RIAA. Join the EFF.