RIAA and MPAA: executives beware of employee' file trading

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Oddball send us a link to another piracy related article on News.com. This time it’s about record companies and movie studios warning 1000 companies on illegal file trading:


Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/4729-RIAA-and-MPAA-executives-beware-of-employee-file-trading.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/4729-RIAA-and-MPAA-executives-beware-of-employee-file-trading.html)

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If you get away with it, half ya luck…if ya get caught, don’t whine, get your own computer…:7

I think file sharing should not have a place in the working enviroment. Your there to do a job, not waste company bandwidth on something that’s illegal.

It’s ok if comapnaies don’t let their employees share files because they want to make sure their employees are doing their job instead. It is however not ok that they won’t let them because of legal issues. Companies should have the right to let employees use their computers to file share without having to face legal troubles.

It’s ok saying that companies should not be held liable for their employees sharing illegal files - but how do you tell if the boss isn’t doing it and blaming his staff in order for him to get away with it? How do you prove this? Too many problems here with this one. Solution therefore is easy… don’t allow it. Let the employees use their own machines. :8