RIAA files legal action against cloud storage service Box.Net

RIAA files legal action against cloud storage service Box.Net.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/05/ACL26A.jpg[/newsimage]Since the Recording Industry Association of America’s long-standing legal battle against LimeWire has finally been settled, the trade group has decided to shift their sites to another online file-sharing service in their quest to try to eradicate music piracy.

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From reading a small footnote article on page 11 in the June 2011 issue of CPU magazine, that Amazon didn’t consult with the labels about licensing because “uploaded music already belongs to the users” which I fully agree with. The labels just want to try to charge users again and again for the same content. If they could ban blank optical media altogether they would so we would have to buy a new copy every time we wanted to play it somewhere else instead of copying it. These guys need to get a life. We purchased a copy of the master recording which is locked up in a vault somewhere. If i feel like copying or burning it I can as long as I’m not profiting from it IMO.