RIAA orders ISP to reveal client info

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Durandal7, Jan 21, 2003.

  1. macrumors 68040

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    I agree

    They really need to chill the **** out.
     
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    medea

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    damn back in the days of audiogalaxy, and when I was using pc's, I had over 35gigs of mp3's at one time and I remember on some nights getting over 300+ downloads....those were the days, but sadly that HD went out and I didnt even burn half of the music I had on there.
     
  4. macrumors G4

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    Ahhhhhh....Audiogalaxy.

    Those were the days.
     
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    MrMacMan

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    Yes when fire sharing network payied attention to us and didn't give us total BS.
    (Thanks for not making a mac version FastTrack)
    And the many more companyies who made software but it sucked baddly anyway.
    (Thank you limewire).

    Verizon is right, stupid RIAA they have no grounds to this, anyway how did they know he/she d/led all these files? :confused:
     
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    rainman::|:|

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    i hope verizon takes this all the way to the suprime court... i hate invasion of privacy. which is what this is. what a joke... i mean, verizon is just doing it because they know how many customers will immediately switch if they fork over the info, but i still have to give them snaps for withholding.

    the RIAA needs to find an alternative that consumers will adapt, something as easy as downloading music but cheap enough to be viable. Maybe it will never happen. But the RIAA can kiss my ass if they think they're gonna pull this ****.

    they've refused the government's aid in fighting this crime, so to hell with them if they want to use law enforcement's technique of nabbing customer records.

    pnw
     

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