Tuesday, January 28, 2003


We're a little curious as to how the court has decided that Easyinternet "allowed" customers to download copyrighted music - for a precise USD8.16.

Did the BPI have evidence that Easyinternet encouraged customers to download the material? Did it prove that Easyinternet knew what was being downloaded? Not from what we can see on the reports. We think the judgement is flawed - if Easy had indeed been suggesting to its customers "give us a quid, and take home a Craig David", we could see the BPI's point. Instead, it looks like they've not been able to kick the people they want, so they've gone for an easy target instead.

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