Friday, 4 October 2002

The gluttons are at it again!

When are those arseholes going to learn that for every obstacle they put up, some techie boffin will come up with a countermeasure (like a P2P client that disguises the information it's sending as harmless web-pages).

YOU CANNOT SILENCE THE INTERNET!

WE ARE THE VOICE OF FREEDOM!


Legal showdown for song swappers

The US music industry has taken telecoms company Verizon to court in an attempt at putting a stop to online song-swapping.

The Recording Industry Association of America is hoping to force Verizon to reveal the identity of a subscriber who allegedly used its internet access services to trade copyrighted songs.

The action is seen as a test case which could spell the beginning of the end for online song-swapping, an activity which the music industry claims is depriving it of tens of millions of dollars every year.

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