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CNN: Music industry wins approval of 871 subpoenas

“The music industry has won at least 871 federal subpoenas against computer users suspected of illegally sharing music files on the Internet, with roughly 75 new subpoenas being approved each day, U.S. court officials said Friday.

The effort represents early steps in the music industry’s contentious plan to file civil lawsuits aimed at crippling online piracy.”

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Posted by collie on July 19, 2003 at 8:57 AM (CDT)


You See People !

The Record Companies are LOOSING sooooo much money on P2P networks ...... that they have to now sue over 1 Million people. 

Those poor poor Record Company People are going to faint when they get their legal bill !!!  ;)

Posted by jsmoove7 on July 19, 2003 at 4:31 PM (CDT)


even rapists get less punishment

Posted by tetro on July 20, 2003 at 2:49 AM (CDT)

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