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MPA & RIAA continue Wrath into 2008

Only 10 days into the New Year and the two groups are at it again. On behalf of the major record companies, the Recording Industry Association of America has sent yet another (the twelfth) wave... More...

RIAA finds new unlikely target: Usenet.com

In the southern district of New York, the Recording Industry Association of America filed a lawsuit on October 12 saying that Usenet newsgroups contain "millions of copyrighted sound recordings" in violation of federal law. Usenet.com,... More...

RIAA case dismissed as 'speculation'

The Recording Industry Association of America had applied for judgement in the case of Interscope Records, UMG Recording and Atlantic Recording versus Yolanda Rodriguez, which had gone unanswered by the defendant. The legal challenge was... More...

RIAA Tells Students: Pay Up For Downloads

The music industry is asking 50 Ohio University students to pay $3,000 each to avoid lawsuits accusing them of pirating songs off the Internet. The Recording Industry Association of America asked the university to pass... More...

Leaked Letter shows RIAA pressuring ISPs

The RIAA is asking for additional cooperation from ISPs in getting customers targeted by the RIAA's file-sharing sting to cooperate, according to a letter recently leaked to P2P attorney Ray Beckerman. In it, the RIAA... More...

No Love for the RIAA

Well, Neowin members have spoken. The votes are in and the majority of Neowin voting members share no love with the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA). The question posed was: Above all, I... More...

LimeWire countersues RIAA

LimeWire LLC is planning an enthusiastic defence against RIAA's lawsuit against them. Lime Wire is countersuing the music labels for anti-competitive activities, illegal restraint of trade, tortious interference, and deceptive trade practices. LimeWire insists that... More...

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