Saturday, October 01, 2005

FILESHARING LAWSUITS - THE RIAA STILL BELIEVES IN THEM

Another small smattering of people are being threatened by the RIAA which claims to have evidence they have been filesharing - 757 added in the costly campaign which, at current rates, will take at least 2,000 years to complete bringing actions against regular US filesharers.

We were taken with this part of the report:

It brings the total number of online copyright infringement cases brought by the US music industry to 14,800.
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So far more than 14,000 people in 12 countries have faced legal action for allegedly swapping music tracks online.


Well, yes... if there's been more than 14,000 threatened in one country alone, that would suggest that there have been more than 14,000 cases worldwide.




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