Friday, May 07, 2004

FACE-OFF?: So far, the RIAA's legal actions have worked for them simply because everyone's been too scared to call the organisation's bluff and let them take it to court. They figure that a multi-billion pound industry is probably going to be able to afford better lawyers than they can, so they grudgingly settle out of court. This suits the RIAA, who know that a high-profile court case is going to leave them looking worse and open to questions. But it looks like they're about to be dragged into the daylight, as Fayetteville resident Barbara Johnson is challenging them to justify their demand of USD750 a song for music downloaded by her grandson.

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