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Read Write Web reports that the illicit traffic has simply moved elsewhere, mostly to sites that, unlike Limewire, have little desire to work with the industry on a sustainable business model.
Almost a decade after the death of Napster the music industry continues its war on file-sharing Read More
It seems the RIAA has finally realized that suing single mothers, a 13-year-old girl, and a dead person for file-sharing might not be such a great idea for their public image. As per the Wall Street Journal this morning (via MBV), the RIAA has decided on a new, and we might say, more Read More
At this very moment, a bill supported by the RIAA that would give the feds the power to file civil suits against “any person” (i.e. any file-swapper from here to Honolulu) who runs afoul of copyright law and, in some cases, would double the damages they face, is moving through Congress. The Enforcement of Read More
Hilary Rosen, who was once chief of the Recording Industry Association of American, has been named political director and Washington editor at large of the Huffington Post, according to a press release. "I’m delighted to welcome Hilary to the team," Arianna Huffington is quoted as saying. "With her experience in the power corridors of Washington, Read More