Wednesday, October 15, 2003

RIAA victimizes another

It was pretty embarrassing when Big Bad went after a 65 year old teacher and accused her of using Kaaza to engage in music piracy, only to find out her MAC can't use a PC product. Now they are after a small business owner for downloading music he doesn't even like! He claims they have the wrong IP address. Read more about it at WIRED.

"We are confident in our evidence-collection process but to the extent that someone claims that we've erred, we will investigate the matter," said Amanda Collins, an RIAA spokeswoman.


Meanwhile, TECH CENTRAL STATION has a primer on what the music industry needs to do in order to not only increase it's sales but to stop music piracy (hint: it isn't SUING IT'S FANS into bankruptcy).


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