DOJ Plays Favorites with RIAA

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The DOJ has sided with a Recording Industry Association of America lawsuit, giving the OK to high fines per music track downloaded. The DOJ is defending their decision by stating it’s the public who suffers from piracy (lost jobs & wages, lost tax revenue, etc.) However, I find this decision to side with the RIAA a little fishy since two of the top DOJ lawyers are former RIAA attorneys.

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NorProStar's picture

I would have done the same if I was the DOJ. But I think the RIAA will take this new found power to the extreme.

Fuzzy Pants's picture

There has been a lot of news around piracy lately, does this mean piracy is the new focus and not the porn industry?

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