The RIAA gets an appeal court rebuff.

  TOPCAT® 17:33 19 Dec 03


'A U.S. federal appeals court has dealt the RIAA a long awaited kick to the groin in its pursuit of file swappers, saying the music label lobby group can no longer force Internet providers to turn over their customers names...

... We bring you the closing of the statement in full, as it truly gets to the heart of the matter and delivers a serious blow to broad applications of the DMCA.'

click here

RIAA may have been acting like a bull in a china shop recently, but the inescapable fact is that file sharing is theft pure and simple.

  Flak999 20:15 19 Dec 03

thats good to hear, at the end of the day they are on to a loser, just trying to shut the stable door after the horse has bolted.

Why pay for something that you can get for free..;-))

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