I have to reprint this post in its entirety because I like it so much.
Nobody Fights the RIAA – 13,000 lawsuits and not one court case Since September of 2003, the American record industry has filed some 13,000 suits against broadband music traders – of which some 3,000 individuals have settled. Not one of those 13,000 individuals has actually seen a court of law – something that may change if – as p2pCore explores – one White Plains suburban mom fights back. Patricia Santangelo claims she’s never even used the p2p program at the core of the complaint – her attorney says it’s “surprising” nobody has fought back, “because the record companies’ claims are actually very weak.”
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