Sunday, August 2, 2009

RIAA suit defense responses CDFreaks

RIAA suit defense responses CDFreaks: "What might really be the biggest uppercut to the RIAA would be some kind of grassroots campaign that took out major space in newspapers across the U.S., documenting obvious RIAA strong-arm tactics, designed to frighten and intimidate, rather than to defend against a real injustice (the assumption is large-scale music piracy). While such a campaign would cost much, and require great coordination in standardizing the documented cases and salient points highlighting obvious flaws, it might seriously curtail many frivolous lawsuits on the RIAA’s part, greatly reducing the ‘photocopier” lawsuit approach the organization currently embraces."

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