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In an apparant about-face, the RIAA now says they will not prosecute smalltime offenders. Are they finally starting to wise up and trim their jihad against progress, or is this merely a tactic to take some public heat off them while they continue to buy laws that protect their interests over the constitution? Three guesses.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 20th 2003 (6:49am)
The latest RIAA Hit List is out - chickity-check yourself before you wreck yourself!
By: Dave
Thursday, Aug 7th 2003 (8:30am)
They used to say "home taping" was killing music, now it's meant to be internet downloaders. But the real pirates these days are crime bosses - and the rewards are plentiful.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Aug 5th 2003 (12:07am)
Yep, at the current rate of prosecution, that's how long it will take the RIAA to sue every file trader on KaZaa. Even if this works as a short-term scare tactic, the ensuing paranoia will (and has) simply lead to more secure, encrypted private networks. All in the name of 'losing business', never minding the fact that the RIAA has 'lost income' because they've cut production 25% in the past two years, while only losing 10% of their revenue - sounds to me like they're making MORE money per release than ever before, which means they're actually only doing this to be, well, assholes. It's time to strike back, people! Don't buy new CD's! Join the EFF! Protest! VOTE!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Jul 30th 2003 (12:20am)
...because he's on the right side of the RIAA fight, speaking against their new proposed legislation that would turn 25 percent of Americans into felons. Now, if he just wasn't so goddamn creepy...
By: Dave
Thursday, Jul 24th 2003 (12:08am)
Here's an outstanding essay by George Ziemann on why the RIAA's claims of piracy damages are a huge crock of shit. Pretty much the only reason why the RIAA even still exists is because the independants are too diverse and scattered to take a unified stand against the man - and Ziemann has an answer for that as well. This is a MUST READ if you are in any way bothered by the RIAA and the slaughter of our consumer rights that they are waging in the name of 'anti-piracy'.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Dec 18th 2002 (12:04am)
...and not only that, almost 2 full albums of Linkin Park's music was available for pirate downloading until the RIAA website was fixed. 10 out of 10 for style, ya nutty hackers!
By: Dave
Thursday, Aug 29th 2002 (12:11am)
By now, everyone knows about the RIAA's plan to 'hack' P2P networks and the people who use them. Apart from the insane double standard (it's ok for them to hack, but punishable by life imprisonment for others to do it), this poses an incredible security risk, one which the end-user's ISP could be held liable for. Because of this reasoning, northwestern ISP Information Wave is denying any access to and from the RIAA's network on its own network. This is a fantastic precedent that hopefully will inspire other ISPs to hop on board. Bravo!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 21st 2002 (12:02am)
Recording Artists Safety Guide To The Beach - Not endorsed by the RIAA, or any other lawyer assholes.
By: Dave
Monday, Apr 29th 2002 (12:08am)
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