RIAA’s black days between class actions and noteworthy witnesses

November 22, 2008 · Filed Under Civil & Digital Rights, News · Comment 
This entry is part of the series The industry vs. P2P

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebThat the legal crusade of USA recording companies against P2P haven’t obtained any practical result until now is an hardly refutable matter of fact. If this wouldn’t be enough RIAA, the well-known labels organization and the most active in the harsh defense of copyright at the cost of repeatedly charging the dead and innocent people, will soon have to face daunting judicial adventures, potentially able to bury the massive lawsuits campaign under accusations of unconstitutionality, conspiracy, abuses, fraud and more.

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P2P, RIAA has refunded Tanya Andersen

August 20, 2008 · Filed Under Civil & Digital Rights, News · Comment 
This entry is part of the series The industry vs. P2P

UPDATE: the Atlantic v. Andersen lawsuit has finally ended: in the last days RIAA has opened its wallet and has refunded Mrs.Andersen with a sum of 107,951 dollars, exactly 117 dollars over the amount set by the judge to cover the interests due to delay. So the recording companies have been defeated in one of the most glaring legal cases of their crusade against file sharing, and the woman wrongly accused of unauthorized P2P threats now to put them on the grill in the still pending Andersen v. Atlantic lawsuit.


News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the Web The nightmare of the Andersen family, targeted for three years by the mercenary lawyers of the American majors and related criminal organizations, has finally ended. A judge has settled that Tanya Andersen, a single woman from Oregon who maintains the young daughter Kylee with a disability pension, have the right to be refunded of 107,834 dollars for the covering of legal fees sustained until now to fight the RIAA accusations of unauthorized file sharing on the rotting KaZaA/FastTrack network.

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