Saturday, June 23, 2007

Busted RIAA litigants now sued for costs

At the risk of upsetting Paul Birch, the excellent Recording Industry Versus The People blog is reporting that Dawnell Leadbetter, who got a lawsuit from Interscope and others thrown out, is now pursuing the RIAA companies who sued her for the costs she incurred beating them.

Unsuccessful and expensive, then. Is there nobody in the big companies who is prepared to suggest abandoning this folly of legal action?


1 comment:

Jordan said...

This is great to hear. I don't think they'll ever be legislation against the RIAA, and I doubt they'd respond to petitions or protests. But once they start losing money, I think they'll reconsider their tactics. Money's the only way to hurt groups like this.

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