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ECT News Community   »   E-Commerce Times Talkback   »   Re: RIAA, YouTube, China: Plotting New and Creative Ways to Separate You From the Internet



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The Recording Industry Association of America has apparently found out the hard way what other organizations, like the mafia, have known for years: The American legal system is for pansies. If you want to get something done, don't bother with the courts. It's expensive, it's time-consuming, and it'll air out all your dirty laundry. If you really want results, you've gotta use back-room strong-arm tactics. For example, the RIAA used to take the almost gentlemanly approach of suing you if they caught you illegally sharing music.


Good for China!
Posted by: Twaddle 2009-04-01 15:02:15 In reply to: ECT News Staff
It a shame that Youtube/google users only know "Record, Post, Play" and are self-blinded to their own exploitation. Truly ironic.
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