RIAA Rampage

(FMQB) [A couple days after a study revealved that P2P users buy more legit music, the RIAA goes on a new rampage!] The RIAA has announced that a new round of copyright infringement lawsuits have been filed against 765 illegal file sharers. These "John Doe" lawsuits cite individuals for sharing copyrighted music via unauthorized P2P services such as Grokster, eDonkey, KaZaA and LimeWire. The litigations were filed in federal district courts across the country, including California, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

"In the coming weeks and months, we will significantly expand our anti-piracy efforts for those who have ignored the Court's message," said RIAA President Cary Sherman.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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