Could motion cease RIAA/MPAA illegal extortion by the law?

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  1. Stukov

    Stukov Ancient Guru

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    from the Inquier (but a decent article!)
     
  2. Cybermancer

    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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    The three "wholly analogous" points to a traffic law made me LOL.

    A very interesting and nice finding, Stukov! I hope, you keep us updated.
     
  3. Stukov

    Stukov Ancient Guru

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    Yeah, I was just browsing the net and read this with excitement. I want to give that law professor and his students one giant hug!
     
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    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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    I just hope that they will succeed. Not that I support illegal music downloads (or any other for that matter), but what the RIAA is doing here, isn't right either, imo.
     

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    The RIAA making people paying them to leave them alone is BS... you either go after them or not. None of the artists ever see any of that settlement money cause it goes back into the hunt for more people they accuse of downloading illegal music.

    They may as well give up and accept the fact that you will never stop people from downloading music for free. They just need to find ways better ways and make songs cheaper to download via a paid service. Even 99cents is still way to high per song when people can get them for free.
     

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