RIAA hacks

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The new anti-terrorism bill makes it a crime to break into a computer system and cause damage. The recording industry tried to get a provision added to the bill that exempts them from this. The reason? They plan on hacking servers that host MP3s, and that law would make it illegal. And if you use a Gnutella client, Napster, or one of its clones, you are running a server.

July 24, 2004 12:10 PM

the RIAA are simpley attacking P2P downloading becuses they can make MORE money if its gone, CD salls have not gone down....they've gone up! and the RIAA knows that they can make money from trying to bring it down! as for sueing people for downloading music that is just another money make scam, this is no longer about the music.......its about money and a lot of it.

March 30, 2006 3:42 PM

The RIAA can suck my balls

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