RIAA continues assault on file sharers

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#1

I just posted the article RIAA continues assault on file sharers.

In its latest round of lawsuits against file sharers, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) will get $6,050, or $756.25 per song, from a Bronx woman who allegedly shared eight music…

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#2

And then there are stories of record execs leaking songs for free promos. Shouldn’t these people get convicted too. I mean even if they are allowed to leak the songs, anyone who downloads them is breaking the law.


#3

I think paying these outrageously huge fines is idiotic. It doesn’t make sense. Would of been better just walking in store and risk getting caught shoplifting than this BS.


#4

The fines are way out of proportion with the crimes. Then again, if p2p users aren’t savvy enough to use an ipblocker and other security measures then they only have themselves to blame.


#5

Vikampion, It’s perfectly 'legal ’ and ok for Corporations and the…let’s say ‘wealthy’ to do whatever the hell they please. Unfortunately that’s just the way it is.