Record labels sue LimeWire after no signs of becoming legal

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 With the Supreme Court ruling  against Grokster last year that software companies behind P2P networks  can be held liable if its users illegally share copyrighted material  over...
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I knew this was a scam from the begining. They deserve what they get after reading behind the line with the RIAA. Least they’re going after the producers of the software and not the user(s). This will show that the developers can’t do this and get away with it too. Kazza and all the others that were shut down didn’t do much for anyone except lining the RIAA pockets with money that may take years to pay off this way they get their pockets lined well and without the forever wait. Anything free to use is going to be used for illegal stuff most of the time not everyone but most of the time.

> [I] Least they’re going after the producers of the software and not the user(s).[/I] They’ve been doing [I]that[/I] for years, so there’s no “at least we’re getting lucky THIS time”.