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Old 10-03-2007, 01:26 AM   #3
delphidb96
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Originally Posted by Nate the great View Post
so says Jennifer Pariser, SonyBMG's top lawyer, in the first file sharing lawsuit to go to trial.



from:
http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post...-stealing.html
http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post...n-tuesday.html

I know that we are into ebooks, not music. But the DRM issues and fair use issues are important enough that I decided to post this. Know your enemy.
There's only *ONE* viable response to this accusation. Every single music lover must commit to never buy from SonyBMG again - or any company which may have joined as a plaintiff or filed a 'friend of the court' in favor of Sony's side.

In fact, it might be better to not buy *ANY* CDs or downloads from any music source not run by the individual musicians. And download as many illegal copies of RIAA-backed music companies as we can get.

IOW, not one penny in settlement. Where can I contribute to the defense?


Derek
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