RIAA's 3 strikes rules nowhere in sight

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#1

I just posted the article RIAA’s 3 strikes rules nowhere in sight.

One year after the Recording Industry Association of America said it would stop suing illegal file sharers and instead try to kick them off the Internet, that plan seems further off than ever.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/riaas-3-strikes-rules-nowhere-in-sight-24047/](http://www.myce.com/news/riaas-3-strikes-rules-nowhere-in-sight-24047/)

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#2

Make music file sharing legal for a reasonable fee, but thats just the thing the RIAA wont do, because they want all the money and no sharing. What do they do with all the music recordings on disc en cassettes from the radios or TV-sets, thats just the same. Or legal copies form video and or musiccassettes and cd’s or dvd’s???


#3

It’s no surprise that an organization that is well known for their shady business practices & unethical legal activities releases false press/public statements. And they wonder why most consumers hate them.